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uumrc

Section: File Formats (4)
Updated: 27 January 2006
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NAME

uumrc - Wnn8LE Initialization File  

SYNOPSIS

/usr/lib/wnn/ja_JP/uumrc 

 

DESCRIPTION

uumrc is used to set the environment for using the standard interface to Kana-Kanji conversion. It can be set separately for each user.

Duplicate entries are overwritten.

Lines starting with semicolons (;) are comments.

The following items can be set in this file.

include uumrc_file_name

Reads another uumrc file, and can be included to add individual user settings to the default uumrc file. If @DEFAULT_RC_NAME is specified, the default uumrc file will be searched for in the following order and settings will be added.
1.
@HOME/.Wnn8/uumrc
2.
/usr/lib/wnn/ja_JP/uumrc

setconvenv wnnenvrc_file_name

setconvenv wnnenvrc_file_name sticky

setconvenv server_host_name wnnenvrc_file_name

setconvenv server_host_name wnnenvrc_file_name sticky

Specify the environment setting file for Kana-Kanji conversion. If the specification is omitted, the default wnnenvrc file will be searched for in the following order.
1.
@HOME/.Wnn8/wnnenvrc
2.
/etc/wnn/ja_JP/wnnenvrc
3.
/usr/lib/wnn/ja_JP/wnnenvrc
If the server_host_name is specified, the server will be connected. If sticky is specified, the current environment will be recorded when Wnn8LE is ended, eliminating the need to initialize the environment the next time Wnn8LE is started. This will increase startup speed.

setkankanaenv wnnenvrc_file_name

setkankanaenv wnnenvrc_file_name sticky

setkankanaenv server_host_name wnnenvrc_file_name

setkankanaenv server_host_name wnnenvrc_file_name sticky

Specify the environment setting file for Kanji-Kana conversion. If the specification is omitted, Kanji-Kana conversion will not be possible. Kanji-Kana conversion will also not be possible using the Wnn8 system dictionary. If the server_host_name is specified, the server will be connected. If sticky is specified, the current environment will be recorded when Wnn8LE is ended, eliminating the need to initialize the environment the next time Wnn8LE is started. This will increase startup speed.

setuumkey uumkey_file_name

Specifies the key binding definition file. If the specification is omitted, /usr/lib/wnn/ja_JP/uumkey will be used.

setrkfile roman_character-Kana_conversion_file_name

Specifies the roman character-Kana conversion file. The following mode file is valid for directory names. If the specification is omitted, /usr/lib/wnn/ja_JP/rk/mode will be used.

not_send_ascii_char

Places ASCII characters in the Kana-Kanji conversion buffer (conversion line) when the buffer is empty (default).

send_ascii_char

Does not place ASCII characters in the Kana-Kanji conversion buffer (conversion line) when the buffer is empty.

waking_up_in_henkan_mode

Boots with the conversion mode turned ON (default).

waking_up_no_henkan_mode

Boots with the conversion mode turned OFF.

setjishopath path_name

Specifies the initial value of the dictionary name input buffer when adding dictionaries. The default is "".

sethindopath path_name

Specifies the initial value of the path name of the frequency file input buffer when adding dictionaries. The default is "".

setfuzokugopath path_name

Specifies the initial value of the directory path name for the auxiliary word file when adding dictionaries. The default is "".

setmaxchg number

Specifies the maximum number of convertable characters. The default value will be used if 0 or a number below 0 is specified. The default is 100.

setmaxbunsetsu number

Specifies the maximum number of convertable phrases. The maximum upper limit is 400. The default value will be used if 0 or a number below 0 is specified. The default is 80.

setmaxichirankosu number

Specifies the maximum number of candidates that can be displayed on the next candidate list. If the specification is omitted, the displayed numbers will be adjusted according to the width of the display. The default value will be used if 0 or a number below 0 is specified. The default is 36.

setmaxhistory number

Specifies the maximum number of entries to be saved in the history. The default value will be used if 0 or a number below 0 is specified. The default is 11.

excellent_delete

Deletes the individual English alphabetic characters that were input when deleting confirmed characters for the Automaton (roman character-Kana conversion) (default).

simple_delete

Deletes individual Japanese language characters when deleting confirmed characters for the Automaton (roman character-Kana conversion).

flow_control_on

Turns ON tty flow control (default).

flow_control_off

Turns OFF tty flow control.

convkey_not_always_on

Prevents key code conversion when conversion is turned OFF (default).

convkey_always_on

Performs key code conversion when conversion is turned OFF.

remove_cs

Deletes cs from /etc/termcap.

not_remove_cs

Does not delete cs from /etc/termcap.

touroku_comment

Accepts comment inputs for word registration.

touroku_no_comment

Does not accept comment inputs for word registration.

henkan_off_kuten

Does not convert periods (.) (default).

henkan_on_kuten

Converts periods (.).

autotune_off

Does not autotune parameters (default).

autotune_on

Autotunes parameters.

~, ~username, @HOME, @LIBDIR, and @LANG can be used at the beginning of arguments for include, setuumkey, setrkfile, setconvkey, setconvenv, setjishopath, sethindopath, setfuzokugopath, setkankanaenv, and setkanaromenv.

~

Value of the environmental variable HOME.

~username

Home directory name of login name username listed in /etc/passwd.

@HOME

Value of the environmental variable HOME.

@LIBDIR

Directory path name (/usr/lib/wnn) or standard Wnn8LE environment file.

@LANG

The first five characters in the value of the environmental variable LANG.

The first @USR in the arguments for setdic, setjishopath, or sethindopath is expanded into the startup user name.  

SEE ALSO

jserver(1M), uumkey(4), wnn_cvt_key_tbl(4), wnn_automaton(4)


 

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