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Manual Reference Pages  -  SKKFEP (1)

NAME

skkfep - SKK-like Kana-to-Kanji FrontEnd Processor

CONTENTS

Usage
Description
Options
Environment Variable
Bugs
Related Information
Author
Copyright Notice

USAGE

skkfep [options]

DESCRIPTION

skkfep is a tool to input Kana and Kanji from the terminal. It invokes user’s default shell unless -e option is specified.

OPTIONS

-okanjicode
  Specifies the output kanji code. kanjicode is one of the following:
euc EUC (or DEC code).
sj MS-Kanji (Shift-JIS) code.
jisIO JIS code. I and O are characters which represent shift-in/out escape sequence respectively. For shift-in, A,@(ESC $ @) or B(ESC $ B) can be specified; for shift-out, H(ESC ( H), J(ESC ( J) or B(ESC ( B) can be specified.
-fkanjicode
  Specifies the file IO kanji code.
-udic dictionary
  Specifies the user dictionary file. Default is $(HOME)/.skk-jisyo.
-bs Toggle BS behavior when the file IO kanji code is JIS; the meaning of this option changes according to the configuration when this program was compiled. If you feel troublesome with the behavior of BS code, try this option.
-lm mode
  Choose the mode of learning words got from skk server. mode is one of following:
none Do not learn the words at all.
temporal Learn the words while the skkfep process is alive, but do not record the learned information.
permanent Learn the words and record them on the user dictionary.
-P Preserve the input kana string for kana-kanji conversion when the conversion fails.
-kchar
  Specify the kanji toggle key. A control character is expressed as ^ followed by an alphabet (for example, ^t). Default is ^T.
-esc With this option, ESC key becomes ‘RETUEN-TO-SKK-MODE’ key. This option is useful for vi-users.
-viesc With this option, ESC + one of ’iaoIASR’ key becomes ‘RETUEN-TO-SKK-MODE’ key. This option is useful for vi-users.
-emacsesc
  With this option, ESC + any key becomes ‘RETUEN-TO-SKK-MODE’ key. This option is useful for emacs-users.
-rs Reverse status line.
-e command
  Specify the program which is invoked by skkfep. If this option is omitted, skkfep invokes the default shell.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE

SKKSERVER
  Specifies the host at which skkserv is running.

BUGS

Word registration is not supported yet.

RELATED INFORMATION

script(1)

AUTHOR

Akinori Ito (aito@ecip.tohoku.ac.jp), Yutaka Kaneko (kaneko@rcais.tohoku.ac.jp) and Masatoshi Watanabe (watanabe@material.tohoku.ac.jp)

COPYRIGHT NOTICE

(C) Copyright 1992,1993 by Akinori ITO, Yutaka KANEKO and Masatoshi WATANABE
You may freely use, copy, modify and distribute this software. This software is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of the program is with you.
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