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+Original Chewing was written by:
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+  Lu-chuan Kung <lckung@iis.sinica.edu.tw>
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+  Kang-pen Chen <kpchen@iis.sinica.edu.tw>
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+New contributors to libchewing:
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+  Jim Huang <jserv@kaffe.org>
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+  Kanru Chen <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
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+  Yun-Ta Tsai <bbns.tsai@msa.hinet.net>
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+  Kang-min Liu <gugod@gugod.org>
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+  Wei-zhong Yang <wz.yang@msa.hinet.net>
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+  Kuang-che Wu <kcwu@csie.org>
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+2005-02-28  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  2
+
  3
+	* configure.ac:
  4
+	Bump version to 0.2.6.
  5
+	Bump ABI major version.
  6
+
  7
+2005-02-27  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  8
+
  9
+	* include/char.h:
  10
+	Adjust PHONE_NUM from 1319 to 1320.
  11
+
  12
+2005-02-25  Kang-min Liu  <gugod@gugod.org>
  13
+
  14
+	* src/chewingutil.c,
  15
+	src/zuin.c:
  16
+	More HanYu PinYing support routines.
  17
+
  18
+2005-02-24  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  19
+	
  20
+	* src/chewingio.c
  21
+	(OnKeyESC):
  22
+	Remove needless string made by SemiSymbolInput when press ESC.
  23
+	(OnKeyCtrlNum):
  24
+	Should not call MakeOutputAddMsgAndCleanInterval.
  25
+
  26
+2005-02-23  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  27
+
  28
+	* include/chewingio.h,
  29
+	include/global.h,
  30
+	include/chewingutil.h,
  31
+	include/hanyupinying.h,
  32
+	include/dict.h,
  33
+	include/zuin.h,
  34
+	src/chewingutil.c,
  35
+	src/hash.c,
  36
+	src/chewingio.c:
  37
+	Bump copyright date.
  38
+
  39
+2005-02-20  Kang-min Liu  <gugod@gugod.org>
  40
+
  41
+	* include/global.h
  42
+	(ConfigData):
  43
+
  44
+	Add an extra field 'hsuSelKeyType' to indicate
  45
+	the two different kind of hsu-keyboard selection key.
  46
+	
  47
+2005-02-19  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  48
+
  49
+	* src/hash.c
  50
+	(ReadHash):
  51
+	Apply the patch from Mike FABIAN <mfabian@suse.de> to
  52
+	prevent $HOME environment variable from getting changed.
  53
+
  54
+2005-02-19  Kang-min Liu  <gugod@gugod.org>
  55
+
  56
+	* include/hanyupinying.h,
  57
+	src/hanyupinying.c,
  58
+	include/global.h,
  59
+	include/zuin.h:
  60
+	Experimental feature -- HanYu PinYing Keyboard layout.
  61
+
  62
+2005-02-08  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  63
+
  64
+	* data/tsi.src:
  65
+	Add missing phrase(編輯器).
  66
+
  67
+	* include/dict.h,
  68
+	include/global.h:
  69
+	Adjust PHONE_PHRASE_NUM from 130000 to 149233.
  70
+	TREE_SIZE from 149339 to 153251.
  71
+	Avoid SegFault.
  72
+
  73
+2005-01-29  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  74
+	
  75
+	* src/chewingio.c
  76
+	(OnKeyShiftSpace):
  77
+	Rename SpaceSymbolInput to SemiSymbolInput since SpaceSymbolInput
  78
+	did not exist anymore.
  79
+	
  80
+2005-01-01  Kang-min Liu <gugod@gugod.org>
  81
+
  82
+	* include/chewingio.h
  83
+	include/chewingutil.h,
  84
+	src/chewingio.c,
  85
+	src/chewingutil.c:
  86
+	Add the facility to input symbols.(Ctrl-0 and Ctrl-1)
  87
+	Make the NumLock keypad work just right
  88
+
  89
+2004-12-28  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  90
+
  91
+	* include/dict.h:
  92
+	Adjust PHONE_PHRASE_NUM from 120000 to 130000.
  93
+	Avoid SegFault.
  94
+	Reported by: Wei-zhong Yang <wz.yang@msa.hinet.net>
  95
+
  96
+2004-12-28  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  97
+
  98
+	* configure.ac,
  99
+	README:
  100
+	Bump version to 0.2.5.
  101
+	Update the status of integration.
  102
+
  103
+2004-12-26  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  104
+
  105
+	* deabin/README.Debian,
  106
+	README,
  107
+	libchewing.spec.in:
  108
+	Update web information.
  109
+
  110
+2004-12-19  Kang-min Liu  <gugod@gugod.org>
  111
+
  112
+	* libchewing/data/tsi.src:
  113
+	Merge SpaceChewing's frequency tweaking from zonble.
  114
+
  115
+2004-12-12  Kang-min Liu  <gugod@gugod.org>
  116
+
  117
+	* libchewing/trunk/src/zuin.c:
  118
+	Special handle for space key (Indeed very special one).  
  119
+	Un-break the situation that OnKeySpace() is not called, 
  120
+	hence the Candidate window doesn't show up, because 
  121
+	ZUIN_NO_WORD is returned.
  122
+
  123
+2004-10-13  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  124
+
  125
+	* src/tools/sort_word.c,
  126
+	src/tools/sort_dic.c,
  127
+	src/tools/maketree.c,
  128
+	src/tools/Makefile.am:
  129
+	Remove redundant macro, definition, and typedef.
  130
+	Make use of src/common.
  131
+
  132
+2004-10-13  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  133
+
  134
+	* remove-autotool.sh,
  135
+	src/tools/Makefile.am,
  136
+	src/Makefile.am,
  137
+	trunk/configure.ac,
  138
+	trunk/autogen.sh:
  139
+	Adjust autotool for newly-added src/common.
  140
+	
  141
+	* src/key2pho.c,
  142
+	src/common,
  143
+	src/common/key2pho.c,
  144
+	src/common/Makefile.am:
  145
+	Move key2pho.c from src to src/common.
  146
+
  147
+2004-10-07  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  148
+
  149
+	Tag 0.2.4 stable release as libchewing_production.
  150
+
  151
+2004-10-05  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  152
+
  153
+	* configure.ac:
  154
+	Bump version to 0.2.4.
  155
+	Bump ABI major version.
  156
+
  157
+2004-10-04  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  158
+
  159
+	* test/gen_keystroke.c (show_userphrase),
  160
+	src/hash.c (ReadHash):
  161
+	bzero is deprecated, use memset in new programs.
  162
+
  163
+2004-10-03  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  164
+
  165
+	* src/chewingutil.c
  166
+	(WriteChiSymbolToBuf):
  167
+	Workaround to avoid different initialization behavior among
  168
+	Win32 and Unix-like OSs.
  169
+			 
  170
+2004-09-29  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  171
+
  172
+	* configure.ac:
  173
+	Revert. Don't bother CFLAGS even if debugging is disabled.
  174
+
  175
+2004-09-06  Kuang-che Wu  <kcwu@csie.org>
  176
+
  177
+	* test/Makefile.am:
  178
+	Fix automake error message about += before any = operation.
  179
+
  180
+	* autogen.sh:
  181
+	Respect to autotools environment variable for using different
  182
+	versions of autotools.
  183
+	Avoid the use of pushd and popd because tranditional /bin/sh
  184
+	doesn't have them.
  185
+
  186
+2004-08-31  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  187
+	
  188
+	* include/global.h
  189
+	(ConfigData):
  190
+	Add bAddPhraseForward option.
  191
+
  192
+	* src/chewingio.c
  193
+	(SetConfig):
  194
+	Set bAddPhraseForward.
  195
+	(OnKeyCtrlNum) (OnKeyEnter):
  196
+	Make them work correctly when bAddPhraseForward disabled.
  197
+
  198
+2004-08-31  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  199
+
  200
+	* test/gen_keystroke.c,
  201
+	testchewing.c:
  202
+	Make use of OnKeyShiftLeft, OnKeyShiftRight.
  203
+
  204
+2004-08-30  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  205
+
  206
+	* scripts/cvsup-tsi-src.sh:
  207
+	Automatically cvs checkout libtabe, and generate tabe-tsi.src.
  208
+	Use it as ./scripts/cvsup-tsi-src.sh in top directory.
  209
+	
  210
+	* scripts/gen-tabe-diff.sh:
  211
+	Generate the diff between existing tsi.src and tabe-tsi.src.
  212
+	Use it as ./scripts/gen-tabe-diff.sh in top directory.
  213
+
  214
+2004-08-30  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  215
+	
  216
+	* include/global.h:
  217
+	Enlarge TREE_SIZE from (112500) to (149339).
  218
+	* include/dict.h:
  219
+	Enlarge PHONE_PHRASE_NUM from (94000) to (120000).
  220
+	
  221
+	* src/tree.c
  222
+	(TreeType tree): Marked as extern.
  223
+	
  224
+	* src/hash.c
  225
+	(ReadHash): Initialize hash table.
  226
+	
  227
+	* src/choice.c
  228
+	(TreeType tree): Declare its size as TREE_SIZE.
  229
+	
  230
+	* data/tsi.src:
  231
+	Update tsi.src to latest version.
  232
+
  233
+2004-08-30  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  234
+
  235
+	* src/chewingio.c
  236
+	(CheckAndResetRange):
  237
+	marked as static.
  238
+	(DoSelect):
  239
+	New helper function for valid word selection.
  240
+	(OnKeySpace):
  241
+	Adapt DoSelect.
  242
+
  243
+2004-08-23  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  244
+
  245
+	* include/zuin.h,
  246
+	src/key2pho.c,
  247
+	src/chewingutil.c:
  248
+	Add Dvorak Hsu keyboard layout from SpaceChewing.
  249
+	
  250
+	* src/zuin.c
  251
+	(IsDvorakHsuPhoEndKey):
  252
+	New helper function to check Dvorak Hsu key sequence.
  253
+	(IsHsuPhoEndKey):
  254
+	Introduce Dvorak Hsu keyboard layout.
  255
+
  256
+	* src/chewingio.c
  257
+	(dvorak_convert):
  258
+	New helper function to handle Dvorak <--> Qwerty keyboard layout.
  259
+	(OnKeyDefault):
  260
+	Introduce Dvorak Hsu keyboard layout.
  261
+	
  262
+2004-08-20  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  263
+
  264
+	* include/chewingio.h,
  265
+	src/chewingio.c
  266
+	(OnKeyShiftLeft) (OnKeyShiftRight) (OnKeyShiftSpace):
  267
+	New functions. Introduce Hanin style support from SpaceChewing.
  268
+	(CheckAndResetRange):
  269
+	Check the boundary of ChewingData instance.
  270
+
  271
+	* include/chewingutil.h
  272
+	(SymbolChoice):
  273
+	New function. Provide generic symbol choice routine.
  274
+	
  275
+	* src/chewingutil.c
  276
+	(SymbolChoice) (SpaceSymbolInput):
  277
+	New functions.
  278
+
  279
+	* include/global.h
  280
+	(struct ChewingData) (struct ChewingOutput):
  281
+	New members, PointStart and PointEnd. Necessary information for
  282
+	Hanin style.
  283
+
  284
+	* src/zuin.c
  285
+	(HsuPhoInput):
  286
+	Fix phonetic index in Hsu keyboard, and do fuzzy "g e" to "j e"
  287
+	convertion.
  288
+	
  289
+	* src/choice.c
  290
+	(SetChoiceInfo):
  291
+	Make sure users' phone sequence was allocated and set already.
  292
+	(ChoiceEndChoice):
  293
+	Check if it's a symbol before return to the old cursor and 
  294
+	Chinese symbol cursor position.
  295
+
  296
+	* autogen.sh:
  297
+	Remove automake cache.
  298
+	
  299
+2004-08-17  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  300
+
  301
+	* test/testchewing.c,
  302
+	test/gen_keystroke.c:
  303
+	Use Ctrl-B to switch English/Chinese mode to avoid screen
  304
+	usage.
  305
+	
  306
+2004-08-09  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  307
+
  308
+	* configure.ac:
  309
+	Updated to avoid removing wrong CFLAGS.
  310
+
  311
+	Reported by: Palatis  <palatis@gentoo.org.tw>.
  312
+
  313
+2004-08-09  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  314
+
  315
+	* Doxyfile.in,
  316
+	configure.ac,
  317
+	Makefile.am:
  318
+	Added file Doxyfile.in, use 'make docs' to generate docs.
  319
+
  320
+2004-08-07  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  321
+
  322
+	* libchewing.spec.in,
  323
+	configure.ac,
  324
+	Makefile.am:
  325
+	RPM spec contributed by Shiva Huang  <blueshiva@giga.net.tw>.
  326
+	
  327
+2004-08-06  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  328
+
  329
+	* include/chewing.h:
  330
+	New file. Include all Chewing headers here.
  331
+	Add extern chewing_lifetime symbol.
  332
+	
  333
+	* src/hash.c,
  334
+	src/userphrase.c:
  335
+	Rename lifetime to chewing_lifetime.
  336
+	
  337
+	* test/testchewing.c,
  338
+	test/gen_keystroke.c:
  339
+	Use brief include and write instructions for user-
  340
+	defined phrase addition.
  341
+	
  342
+2004-08-05  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  343
+
  344
+	* chewing.pc.in,
  345
+	configure.ac,
  346
+	Makefile.am:
  347
+	Support pkg-config.
  348
+
  349
+2004-08-04  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  350
+
  351
+	* src/chewingio.c:
  352
+	Introduce new enviornment variable CHEWING_DEBUG to
  353
+	point out the file to put debug information.
  354
+	
  355
+2004-08-04  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  356
+
  357
+	* Makefile.am:
  358
+	Add entry 'install-manpages'.
  359
+
  360
+2004-08-04  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  361
+
  362
+	* configure.ac:
  363
+	Bump version to 0.2.3.
  364
+	
  365
+2004-08-04  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  366
+
  367
+	* test/gen_keystroke.c,
  368
+	test/testchewing.c:
  369
+	Implement user phrase addition and some fancy rendering.
  370
+
  371
+2004-08-04  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  372
+
  373
+	* src/choice.c
  374
+	(SetAvailInfo):
  375
+	Fix wrong nAvail increase.
  376
+
  377
+2004-08-04  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  378
+
  379
+	* test/gen_keystroke.c,
  380
+	test/testchewing.c:
  381
+	Support input behavior of SpaceChewing.
  382
+	Add space key for selecting candidate phrases.
  383
+	
  384
+2004-08-03  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  385
+
  386
+	* data/tsi.src:
  387
+	Add mising zuin symbols to avoid unexpected problems.
  388
+
  389
+2004-08-03  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  390
+
  391
+	* src/choice.c
  392
+	(ChangeSelectIntervalAndBreakpoint):
  393
+	Perform boundary check.
  394
+	
  395
+2004-08-03  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  396
+
  397
+	* src/chewingio.c:
  398
+	Fix debug routines.
  399
+
  400
+	* src/choice.c:
  401
+	Do available candidate phrases initialization.
  402
+
  403
+	Reported by: Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  404
+	
  405
+2004-08-03  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  406
+
  407
+	* test/.cvsignore,
  408
+	test/Makefile.am,
  409
+	test/gen_keystroke.c,
  410
+	test/testchewing.c:
  411
+	Limit the prefix path test suite only ought to use,
  412
+	the hash data included.
  413
+	
  414
+2004-08-03  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  415
+
  416
+	* test/gen_keystroke.c,
  417
+	test/testchewing.c:
  418
+	Remove unused variables.
  419
+	Use .dat files in data.
  420
+
  421
+	* data/Makefile.am:
  422
+	Generate .dat files when make all.
  423
+
  424
+2004-08-03  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  425
+
  426
+	* src/chewingio.c
  427
+	(OnKeyDefault):
  428
+	Fix the wrong ignoring key handler behavior.
  429
+
  430
+2004-08-03  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  431
+
  432
+	* test/gen_keystroke.c,
  433
+	test/testchewing.c:
  434
+	Fix some bugs.
  435
+
  436
+2004-08-02  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  437
+
  438
+	* test/Makefile.am:
  439
+	Better test generation routines.
  440
+	
  441
+	* test/testchewing.c,
  442
+	test/gen_keystroke.c:
  443
+	Add missing lifetime.
  444
+
  445
+	* test/README:
  446
+	Brief usage.
  447
+
  448
+2004-08-02  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  449
+	
  450
+	* test/gen_keystroke.c,
  451
+	testchewing.c,
  452
+	test.txt,
  453
+	README:
  454
+	Some test suite.
  455
+
  456
+2004-07-31  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  457
+
  458
+	* include/chewingio.h,
  459
+	src/chewingio.c
  460
+	(OnKeySpace) (OnKeyCtrlOption):
  461
+	New function. Make use of space key for most
  462
+	operations, Eten special symbol input included.
  463
+
  464
+	* include/chewingutil.h,
  465
+	src/chewingutil.c
  466
+	(SpecialEtenSymbolInput):
  467
+	New function. Introduce Eten special symbols.
  468
+	(SpecialSymbolInput):
  469
+	Move its routines to InternalSpecialSymbol.
  470
+
  471
+	* src/hash.c:
  472
+	Make lifetime with extern modifier.
  473
+	
  474
+2004-07-31  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  475
+
  476
+	* include/hash.h,
  477
+	src/hash.c:
  478
+	Initial support for MacOSX.
  479
+	
  480
+2004-07-29  Kanru Chen <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  481
+
  482
+	* src/tools/sort_dic.c:
  483
+	Fix the broken encoding.
  484
+
  485
+2004-07-23  Kanru Chen <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  486
+
  487
+	* include/chewingio.h:
  488
+	Add some comment.
  489
+
  490
+2004-07-21  Kanru Chen <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  491
+
  492
+	* configure.ac:
  493
+	Fix --disable-debug option, remove '-g' flag.
  494
+
  495
+2004-07-20  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  496
+
  497
+	* configure.ac:
  498
+	Add --enable-debug support and detection for doxygen.
  499
+
  500
+2004-07-20  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  501
+
  502
+	* include/char.h,
  503
+	include/chewingutil.h,
  504
+	include/global.h,
  505
+	include/userphrase.h,
  506
+	include/chewingio.h,
  507
+	include/dict.h,
  508
+	include/hash.h,
  509
+	include/zuin.h:
  510
+	Indent and remove the "GOING" naming not to be misunderstood.
  511
+	
  512
+2004-07-19  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  513
+
  514
+	* include/chewingio.h,
  515
+	include/global.h,
  516
+	include/hash.h,
  517
+	include/userphrase.h,
  518
+	include/zuin.h,
  519
+	src/char.c,
  520
+	src/chewingio.c,
  521
+	src/chewingutil.c,
  522
+	src/choice.c,
  523
+	src/hash.c,
  524
+	src/tree.c,
  525
+	src/userphrase.c,
  526
+	src/zuin.c,
  527
+	src/tools/maketree.c,
  528
+	src/tools/sort_dic.c:
  529
+	Add some doxygen format comments and modify
  530
+	all C++ style comments(//) to C style comments(/**/).
  531
+
  532
+2004-07-17  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  533
+
  534
+	* README:
  535
+	Add keyboard support information entries.
  536
+	
  537
+	* TODO:
  538
+	For developers only. Please write down plans 
  539
+	and on-going note here.
  540
+
  541
+2004-07-17  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  542
+
  543
+	* debian/shlibs.local:
  544
+	Updated Debian package information.
  545
+
  546
+	* include/zuin.h,
  547
+	src/chewingio.c,
  548
+	src/key2pho.c:
  549
+	Add Dvorak keyboard support.
  550
+
  551
+2004-07-17  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  552
+
  553
+	* src/tools/maketree.c,
  554
+	src/tools/sort_dic.c,
  555
+	src/tools/sort_word.c:
  556
+	Indent coding style.
  557
+	
  558
+2004-07-06  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  559
+
  560
+	* src/char.c,
  561
+	src/chewingutil.c,
  562
+	src/dict.c,
  563
+	src/key2pho.c,
  564
+	src/userphrase.c,
  565
+	src/chewingio.c,
  566
+	src/choice.c,
  567
+	src/hash.c,
  568
+	src/tree.c,
  569
+	src/zuin.c:
  570
+	Indent and do more comments against the core.
  571
+	
  572
+2004-07-06  Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  573
+
  574
+	* debian/changelog,
  575
+	debian/libchewing0-dev.dirs,
  576
+	debian/libchewing0-dev.install,
  577
+	debian/libchewing-dev.dirs,
  578
+	debian/libchewing-dev.install:
  579
+	Updated Debian package information.
  580
+	
  581
+2004-07-05  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  582
+
  583
+	* autogen.sh,
  584
+	configure.ac,
  585
+	Makefile.am,
  586
+	src/tools/Makefile.am,
  587
+	src/Makefile.am,
  588
+	data/Makefile.am:
  589
+	Adapt autotoolized patch from Kanru Chen  <kanru.96@stu.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>
  590
+
  591
+	* COPYING: Specify LGPL.
  592
+	* debian: Debianized information.
  593
+
  594
+2004-05-27  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  595
+
  596
+	* src/hash.c: refactor its data structure.
  597
+	* src/chewingio.c: fix memory leak and fix syntax compatibility.
  598
+	* src/char.c: wide scope support.
  599
+	* key2pho.c: fix syntax compatibility.
  600
+	* data/tsi.src: fix some typo and errors.
  601
+
  602
+2004-03-25  Jim Huang  <jserv@kaffe.org>
  603
+	Initial release of libchewing.
225  Doxyfile.in
... ...
@@ -0,0 +1,225 @@
  1
+# Doxyfile 1.3.8
  2
+
  3
+#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  4
+# Project related configuration options
  5
+#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  6
+PROJECT_NAME           = libchewing
  7
+PROJECT_NUMBER         = @PACKAGE_VERSION@
  8
+OUTPUT_DIRECTORY       = 
  9
+CREATE_SUBDIRS         = NO
  10
+OUTPUT_LANGUAGE        = Chinese-Traditional
  11
+USE_WINDOWS_ENCODING   = NO
  12
+BRIEF_MEMBER_DESC      = YES
  13
+REPEAT_BRIEF           = YES
  14
+ABBREVIATE_BRIEF       = "The $name class" \
  15
+                         "The $name widget" \
  16
+                         "The $name file" \
  17
+                         is \
  18
+                         provides \
  19
+                         specifies \
  20
+                         contains \
  21
+                         represents \
  22
+                         a \
  23
+                         an \
  24
+                         the
  25
+ALWAYS_DETAILED_SEC    = NO
  26
+INLINE_INHERITED_MEMB  = NO
  27
+FULL_PATH_NAMES        = YES
  28
+STRIP_FROM_PATH        = 
  29
+STRIP_FROM_INC_PATH    = 
  30
+SHORT_NAMES            = NO
  31
+JAVADOC_AUTOBRIEF      = YES
  32
+MULTILINE_CPP_IS_BRIEF = NO
  33
+DETAILS_AT_TOP         = YES
  34
+INHERIT_DOCS           = YES
  35
+DISTRIBUTE_GROUP_DOC   = NO
  36
+TAB_SIZE               = 8
  37
+ALIASES                = 
  38
+OPTIMIZE_OUTPUT_FOR_C  = YES
  39
+OPTIMIZE_OUTPUT_JAVA   = NO
  40
+SUBGROUPING            = YES
  41
+#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  42
+# Build related configuration options
  43
+#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  44
+EXTRACT_ALL            = YES
  45
+EXTRACT_PRIVATE        = YES
  46
+EXTRACT_STATIC         = YES
  47
+EXTRACT_LOCAL_CLASSES  = YES
  48
+EXTRACT_LOCAL_METHODS  = YES
  49
+HIDE_UNDOC_MEMBERS     = NO
  50
+HIDE_UNDOC_CLASSES     = NO
  51
+HIDE_FRIEND_COMPOUNDS  = NO
  52
+HIDE_IN_BODY_DOCS      = NO
  53
+INTERNAL_DOCS          = NO
  54
+CASE_SENSE_NAMES       = YES
  55
+HIDE_SCOPE_NAMES       = NO
  56
+SHOW_INCLUDE_FILES     = YES
  57
+INLINE_INFO            = YES
  58
+SORT_MEMBER_DOCS       = YES
  59
+SORT_BRIEF_DOCS        = NO
  60
+SORT_BY_SCOPE_NAME     = NO
  61
+GENERATE_TODOLIST      = YES
  62
+GENERATE_TESTLIST      = YES
  63
+GENERATE_BUGLIST       = YES
  64
+GENERATE_DEPRECATEDLIST= YES
  65
+ENABLED_SECTIONS       = 
  66
+MAX_INITIALIZER_LINES  = 30
  67
+SHOW_USED_FILES        = YES
  68
+#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  69
+# configuration options related to warning and progress messages
  70
+#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  71
+QUIET                  = NO
  72
+WARNINGS               = YES
  73
+WARN_IF_UNDOCUMENTED   = YES
  74
+WARN_IF_DOC_ERROR      = YES
  75
+WARN_FORMAT            = "$file:$line: $text"
  76
+WARN_LOGFILE           = 
  77
+#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  78
+# configuration options related to the input files
  79
+#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
  80
+INPUT                  = src \
  81
+                         include