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Manual Reference Pages  -  SKK (1)

NAME

skk - program that emulates Japanese SKK input method

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Example
Author

SYNOPSIS

skk [options]

DESCRIPTION

skk is a tool that reads key sequences from the standard input and converts them to Japanese text according to a Japanese input method called SKK (Simple Kana to Kanji conversion program).

More information about the SKK input method itself can be found at: \m[blue] http://openlab.jp/skk/\m[]

OPTIONS

The skk command follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (‘-’). A summary of options is included below.
-h, --help Show summary of options.
-f, --file-dict=FILE
  Specify path to a file dictionary.
-u, --user-dict=FILE
  Specify path to a user dictionary.
-s, --skkserv=HOST:PORT
  Specify host and port running skkserv.
-r, --rule=RULE
  Specify typing rule.
-l, --list-rules
  List typing rules.

EXAMPLE

echo "A i SPC" | skk
  Converts a capital letter "A" followed by lowercase letter "i" and a space.
echo "K a p a SPC K a SPC" | skk
  Converts a capital letter "K" followed by lowercase letters "a", "p", "a", and a space. Then converts a capital letter "K" followed by "a" and a space.
echo "r k" | skk -r tutcode
  Converts two lowercase letters "r" and "k" with TUT-Code typing rule.
echo "a (usleep 50000) b (usleep 200000)" | skk -r nicola
  Converts two lowercase letters "a" and "b" typed with a 50000 micro seconds interval, and wait 200000 micro seconds, with NICOLA typing rule.

AUTHOR

libskk was written by Daiki Ueno <ueno@unixuser.org>.
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