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SKKINPUT(1x)							  SKKINPUT(1x)

NAME
       skkinput	- Japanese Input Method	on X environment (Ver 2.06.4)

SYNOPSIS
       skkinput	[ -toolkitoption...  ] [ -option...  ]

DESCRIPTION
       skkinput	is Japanese Input Method on X Window System, using kinput pro-
       tocol/kinput2 protocol/Ximp Protocol/X Input Method(X11R6 standard).

       skkinput	converts Kana to Kanji communicating skkserv, which is in  SKK
       package,	using BSD socket.  When	skkserv	is not available, it can works
       by using	only local dictionary.	However, it does not  support  a  fea-
       tures of	waking up skkserv, which original skk have.

       For  more  information,	please	read Japanese version of skkinput man-
       pages.

Options
       skkinput	-help or skkinput -? will give you list	of skkinput options.

       -version	or -v
	      print version.

       -help or	-?
	      print help message.

       -host hostname or -h hostname
	      specify hostname running skkserv.	 You can also specify by using
	      environment  variable  SKKSERVER or configuration	file.  default
	      is "localhost"

       -port port or -p	port
	      specify port number for communication to	skkserv.   default  is
	      1178.

       -4     use IPv4 to communicate with skkserv.

       -6     use IPv6 to communicate with skkserv.

       -config file or -cnf file
	      specify path of configuration file.  default is "~/.skkinput".

       -userjisyo jisyo-file or	-uj jisyo-file
	      specify	user   dictionary   file  for  skkinput.   default  is
	      "~/.skkinput-jisyo".

       -backjisyo backup-file or -bj backup-file
	      specify back file	of user	dictionary file	for skkinput.  default
	      is "~/.skkinput-jisyo.BAK".

       -skkjisyo skk-jisyo or -sj skk-jisyo
	      specify  user  dictionary	 file  for  skk.   default is "~/.skk-
	      jisyo".

       -fontset	kanji-font
	      specify font set for skkinput.  please specify  string  of  font
	      name and separate	characters ",".

       -mfontset roman-font
	      specify  font  set  for  minibuffer of skkinput.	please specify
	      string of	font name and separate characters ",".

       -fg color
	      specify foreground color for input window	of skkinput.

       -bg color
	      specify background color for input window	of skkinput.

       -bd color
	      specify border color for input window of skkinput.

       -/+rv  reverse video mode for input window of skkinput.

       -/+mfs modify minibuffer	window size according to  client,  when	 Over-
	      TheSpot/OffTheSpot mode.

       -width width
	      default width of Root Style Window.  unit	pixel.

       -height height
	      default height of	Root Style Window. unit	pixel.

       -mwidth width
	      width  of	 minibuffer  window  for OffTheSpot/OverTheSpot	Window
	      Style.  unit pixel.  height is fixed.

       -/+ns  sticky shift(?) default no.

       -+nc   sticky control(?)	default	no.

       -/+kinput
	      support Kinput/Kinput2 Protocol, default yes.

       -/+xim support X	Input Method protocol, which is	 X11R6	standard,  de-
	      fault yes.

       -/+ximp
	      support Ximp protocol, default yes.

       -autosave sec
	      specify  interval	 time  for autosave check, unit	milli seconds.
	      If sec is	0, no autosave.	 default 10 seconds.

       -/+sc  display mode status window under the cursor for OverTheSpot Win-
	      dow Style.  default false.

       Don't use same file for sj,bj,uj.

environment variable
       skkinput	refers following environment variables.

       SKKSERVER
	      hostname running skkserv.

FILES
       skkinput	reads configuration file, "~/.skkinput".  Its format is:

	      paramater_name:data

       empty  line and/or line beginning `;' will be ignored.  Don't put space
       between parameter and `:' and/or	beginning of line,  but	 you  may  put
       spaces between `:' and data.

       Available parameter names are:
       Parameter      Data		Default
       skk-server-host "string"	       "localhost"
		       hostname	running	skkserv

       skk-service    "string"	"skkserv"
		 service name for communication	to skkserv

       skk-port-num    number	       1178
		       port number for communication to	skkserv	(obsoleted)

       skk-server-protocol-family "string"     "unspec"
		 protocol family to communicate	with skkserv
		 "inet4" for IPv4, "inet6" for IPv6

       skkinput-jisyo  "string"	       "~/.skkinput-jisyo"
		       skkinput	user dictionary	file

       skkinput-backup-jisyo
		       "string"	       "~/.skkinput-jisyo.BAK"
		       backup of skkinput user dictionary file

       skk-jisyo       "string"	       "~/.skk-jisyo"
		       skk user	dictionary file

       skkinput-record "string"	       "~/.skkinput-record"
		       skkinput-record file

       skkinput-egg-like-newline
		       t or nil	       nil
		       newline for confirmation?

       skkinput-chat-adapter-mode
		       t or nil	       nil
		       include newline code except of empty line?

       skkinput-keep-record
		       t or nil		t
		       create skkinput-record ?

       skkinput-search-skk-jisyo
		       t or nil		t
		      refer skk	user dictionary?

       skkinput-date-ad
		       t or nil		 nil
		      date of j-today?

       skkinput-number-style
		      0	or 1 or	2      0
		      j-today style
			0 ... ASCII
			1 ... JIS X0208
			2 ... Kanji Number

       skkinput-delete-implies-kakutei
		      t	or nil		t
		      confirm by backward-delete-char when converting
		      display previous candidate in case of nil.

       skkinput-use-numeric-conversion
		      t	or nil		t
		      enable conversion	with numberic parameters?

       skkinput-zenkaku-vector
		      (	num . "string" )

       skkinput-input-vector
		      (	num . "string" )

       skkinput-rom-kana-rule-list
		    ( "state@input" "next-state" "hiragana-output" "katakana-output" )
		      Romaji Kana conversion rule
		      e.g. ( "nn" "n" "xo" "Yo"	)

       define-key-skkmap
		      (	"string" . "string" )
       define-key-abbrevmap
		      (	"string" . "string" )
		      modify key assign
		      you can use the followings for right side
	    self-insert-command,      j-self-insert,
	    j-self-zenkaku-insert,    j-display-code-for-char-at-point,
	    j-set-henkan-point,	      j-set-henkan-point-subr,
	    j-insert-a,		      j-insert-e,
	    j-insert-i,		      j-insert-o
	    j-insert-u,		      j-kana-input,
	    j-start-henkan,	      j-insert-comma,
	    j-insert-period,	      j-purge-from-jisyo,
	    j-input-by-code-or-menu,  j-mode-off,
	    j-toggle-kana,	      j-previous-candidate,
	    j-kakutei,		      j-abbrev-input,
	    j-abbrev-comma,	      j-zenkaku-eiji,
	    j-zenkaku-henkan,	      j-today,
	    save-skkinput-local-jisyo,j-kanainput-mode-on,
	    newline,		      set-mark-command,
	    forward-char,	      backward-char,
	    delete-char,	      delete-backward-char,
	    j-try-comletion,	      end-of-line,
	    beginning-of-line,	      kill-line,
	    yank,		      kill-region,
	    kill-ring-save,	      exchange-point-and-mark,
	    transpose-chars,	      redraw,
	    prefix-char,	      sendback-key,
	    keyboard-quit,	      close-skkinput,
	    vc-toggle-chatmode,	      j-mode-off-and-self-insert

       undefine-key-skkmap
		      "string"
       undefine-key-abbrevmap
		      "string"

       tab-width      number		 8
		      number of	space for C-i

       skkinput-rjj-like-input
		      t	or nil	 nil

       skkinput-lisp  string
		      eval this	string as skkinput-lisp

X DEFAULTS
       fontSet
	      see -fontset option

       minibufferFontSet
	      see -mfontset option

       foreground
	      see -fg option

       background
	      see -bg option

       borderColor
	      see -bd option

       reverseVideo
	      see -/+rv	option

       xim.conversionStartKey
	      key assign for invoking X	Input Method(X11R6 standard)

       xim.supportedLocales
	      locale for X Input Method(X11R6 standard)

       ximp.conversionStartKey
	      key assign for invoking Ximp Protocol

       width  Root Window Style	width, see -width option

       height Root Window Style	height,	see -height option

       separate.overTheSpotLikeInput
	      one line input or	over the spot like input for Root Window Style

       changeMinibufferFont
	      see -/+mfc option

       minibuffer_width
	      see -mwidth option

       offthespot.overthespotLikeInput
	      one line input or	over the spot like input for OffTheSpot	Window
	      Style

       overthespot.overthespotLikeInput
	      one line input or	over the spot like input for OverTheSpot  Win-
	      dow Style

       overthespot.modeshell_geometry
	      geometry of modeline shell for OverTheSpot.

       shiftHaTugiDeYukou
	      see -/+ns	option

       controlHaTugiDeYukou
	      see -/+nc	option

       southCursor
	      see -/+sc	option

SEE ALSO
       "~/.skkinput"		  configuration	file
       "~/.skkinput-jisyo"	  skkinput user	dictionary
       "~/.skkinput-jisyo.BAK"	  backup of skkinput user dictionary
       "~/.skkinput-record"	  skkinput statistics
       "~/.skk-jisyo"		  skk user dictionary

AUTHORS
       skkinput	is developed by	PXG01715@niftyserve.or.jp, and maintained with
       Fumitoshi UKAI <ukai@debian.or.jp> The latest version of	 skkinput  can
       be found	at http://sourceforge.jp/projects/skkinput2

       This manual page	was written by Fumitoshi UKAI <ukai@debian.or.jp>, for
       the Debian GNU/Linux system (but	may be used by others),	based on orig-
       inal Japanese version of	manpage.

				 February 1997			  SKKINPUT(1x)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | Options | environment variable | FILES | X DEFAULTS | SEE ALSO | AUTHORS

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