Kana-Kanji Conversion Engine

Edit Package anthy.19921

Anthy (previously called 'Ancy'):

Canna, FreeWnn, and others are famous Kana-Kanji conversion engines
usable for Unix on PCs. They were originally developed for Japanese
Unix workstations around 1990 and development has practically stopped.
Therefore, the Heke Project is writing a free conversion engine from
scratch (apart from the dictionary, which is developed outside of the
Heke Project).

Source Files
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anthy-9100h.tar.bz2 0003906310 3.73 MB
anthy-last-command-char-xemacs.patch 0000000702 702 Bytes
anthy-use-last-command-event.diff 0000000317 317 Bytes
anthy.changes 0000010408 10.2 KB
anthy.spec 0000004488 4.38 KB
baselibs.conf 0000000016 16 Bytes
bugzilla-1175274-emacs-27.1.patch 0000001173 1.15 KB
bugzilla-224463-comparison-with-string-literal.patch 0000000394 394 Bytes
suse-start-anthy.el 0000000231 231 Bytes
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