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gjiten - Japanese dictionary for Gnome
gjiten [ option ]
gjiten is a Japanese dictionary for the Gnome Desktop. It also has a kanji dictionary; any combination of stroke number, radicals and search key can be used for kanji lookups. Requires dictionary files in edict format and a working X Input Method (e.g. kinput2) for Japanese input. This manpage only explains the command line options. You should be able to access the complete documentation from the Help menu.
-c and -v are convenient for fast lookups via keyboard shortcuts. -k Same as --kanjidic --kanjidic Only show the KanjiDic window on startup. -w WORD Same as --word-lookup=WORD --word-lookup=WORD Look up WORD on startup. -l KANJI Same as --kanji-lookup=KANJI --kanji-lookup=KANJI Look up Kanji on startup in KanjiDic. -c Same as --clip-kanji --clip-kanji Look up kanji from the clipboard. -v Same as --clip-word --clip-word Look up word from the clipboard. --version Prints the version of gjiten
See the BUGS file for a list of bugs. The TODO file is more likely to contain these. Please contact me if you encounter any bugs.
Botond Botyanszki (email@example.com) 20 Jun 2002 GJITEN(1)