standard dictionary file for SKK in cdb format for faster access
DescriptionThis package provides `SKK-JISYO.cdb', the standard dictionary file for SKK Japanese input systems, converted to constant database (cdb) for faster access. Currently, this package contains the large size dictionary file `SKK-JISYO.L.cdb' as the standard dictionary file. Since this dictionary is a cdb file, it requires cdb support for accessing. SKK dictionary servers dbskkd-cdb and skksearch can handle cdb-style dictionaries, but ddskk cannot in itself. The original plain text version of this dictionary is provided by the skkdic package. Other dictionary files, such as zipcode, personal names, small size, are provided by the skkdic-extra package. To merge or edit dictionaries, install the skktools package.
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