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Copyright (C) 2001-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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This directory contains LEIM files.
LEIM stands for Libraries of Emacs Input Methods.

Contents of subdirectories are as follows.

CXTERM-DIC:

This directory contains source dictionaries (TIT format) for Chinese
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input method distributed with cxterm (Chinese version xterm).  These
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dictionaries are automatically converted to Quail packages (Emacs Lisp
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source files) by `make'.
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MISC-DIC:

This directory contains various dictionaries for Chinese input
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methods.  These dictionaries are automatically converted to Quail
packages (Emacs Lisp source files) by `make'.
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quail:

This directory contains Emacs Lisp source files for Quail packages.

SKK-DIC:

This directory contains source dictionary for Japanese input method
distributed with SKK (Japanese input method run with Mule).  But, you
don't need this file because we distribute an Emacs Lisp source file
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ja-dic/ja-dic.el which has already been converted from the source
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dictionary (See below).

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ja-dic:
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This directory contains Emacs Lisp source file ja-dic.el which is
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generated from a source dictionary in SKK-DIC directory.  The
inclusion of this file is for users convenience because it takes
rather long time to generate it.
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