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NAME

       yudit - Unicode Editor for The X Window System

SYNOPSIS

       yudit [ -e encoding ] [[ file-name [ file-name...  ]]

DESCRIPTION

       yudit is an unicode text editors.

       When   a  user  runs  yudit  for  the  first  time  $HOME/.yudit,  $HOME/.yudit/data,  and
       $HOME/.yudit/fonts are created.

       The configuration file can be edited inside yudit. For the detailed description  of  usage
       and configuration take a look at the on-line manual.

       If you are planning to save files with yudit please note that the format preferred by edit
       for unicode files is UTF8.

       yudit can convert between different encodings, but if you  do  not  need  a  GUI  consider
       uniconv.

ARGUMENTS

       -e encoding
              The  encoding  determines  how  yudit interacts with character streams: file input,
              file output, cut and paste. XInput encoding is set up to use an independent,  fixed
              encoder.

              If  you  received yudit through the yudit distribution, the following encodings are
              inclusively supported:

              UTF8, UTF7, 8859_1, 8859_2, 8859_5, 8859_7,  8859_9,  KOI8_R,  JIS,  SJIS,  EUC_JP,
              ISO2022_KR, EUC_KR, JOHAB, UHC, GB2312_7, GB2312_8, HZ, BIG5, CTEXT_JA, 10646 JAVA.

              For a detailed description of these please refer to uniconv man page.

       file-name
              is the file yudit should read into its buffer at start-up.

ENVIRONMENT

       The  environment  variable HOME should point to the user's home directory, where the yudit
       configuration file (.yuditrc) is kept. If the file is corrupt yudit exits  with  an  error
       dialog. Errors messages are usually replicated in the standard error output of the yudit.

SEE ALSO

        mytool, uniconv, uniprint

AUTHOR

       This  program   was  written  by gsinai@iname.com (Gaspar Sinai), Tokyo, 10 November, 1997
       (yutex) and was updated on 1 December 1997.  Many thanks to Andrew Weeks at University  of
       Bath  for  releasing his TrueType to postscript (ttf2pfa) program which formed the base of
       printing support in yudit.

       This  manual  page  was  copied  from  old  yudit  1.6  distribution  by  Radovan  Garabik
       <garabik@melkor.dnp.fmph.uniba.sk>  and modified for yudit 2.4 distribution for Debian/GNU
       system before being edited for yudit 2.8.  It may contain obsolete information.