Man page of wnnlerc
Section: File Formats (4)
Updated: 27 January 2006
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wnnlerc - Wnn8LE Option configuration file when
The wnnlerc file sets the environment of Wnn8LE.
Different settings are possible for each user. If the same entry appears more
than once, the last one will take priority. Lines beginning with semicolons
(;) are comments.
Wnn8LE serches the file by the following order.
$HOME/.Wnn8/wnnlerc (User Stteing)
/etc/wnn/ja_JP/wnnlerc (System Stteing)
/usr/lib/wnn/ja_JP/wnnlerc (Initial Setting)
Entries is set in the following style:
<ENTRY> <Setting Value> ...
The language name and the file name, etc. enter into "value". "Entry"
and "value" are delimited by normal-size spaces or tabs.
Contents that can be described by this configuration file is as follows.
When they are not set, default is used.
set_jserver <host> | <host>:No|
Sets the host machine name of jserver by
host and No. When the port number is omitted, the standard port (22273) of jserver will be used. It becomes a relative port number if delimited
by [:No] and the colon, and the value will be added
to the standard port number (22273) of jserver as the final
port number. For instance: 22274 will be used when the value is set as 1.
It becomes a absolute port number if delimited by [/No]
and the slash, and the value will be directly used as the final port number.When
omitting it, it is set by the follwoing priority.
Setting of environment variable (JSERVER)
Environment Valuable (JSERVER)
Settin of /etc/hosts (jserver)
Specifies the open position of the tool palette of Wnn8LE.
The starting point is on the left of the screen, X is X coordinates from the
starting point, Y specifies Y coordinates from the starting point.
henkanon_map < Whether
the tool palette is displayed only at the state of conversion is "ON" or not?
Whether the tool palette of Wnn8LE is displayed only in case
of conversion ON is specified.
Only displays at conversion ON
- SETTING EXAMPLE
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