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Filter to Convert Kanji Characters to Hiragana, Katakana, or Romaji

KAKASI is the language processing filter to convert Kanji characters to
Hiragana, Katakana, or Romaji(1) and may be helpful for reading
Japanese documents. The word-splitting patch is merged from version

The name "KAKASI" is the abbreviation of "kanji kana simple inverter"
and the inverse of SKK "simple kana kanji converter" developed by
Masahiko Sato at Tohoku University. Most entries of the kakasi
dictionary are derived from the SKK dictionaries. If interested in the
naming of KAKASI, consult a Japanese-English dictionary.

(1) "Romaji" is an alphabetical description of Japanese pronunciation.

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kakasi-2.3.6-no-return-in-nonvoid-function.patch 0000000539 539 Bytes over 8 years
kakasi-2.3.6.tar.gz 0001352154 1.29 MB over 8 years
kakasi.changes 0000003031 2.96 KB over 8 years
kakasi.spec 0000003398 3.32 KB over 8 years
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