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README.md

dbskkd-cdb readme/installation note in English

for version dbskkd-cdb-3.00

by Kenji Rikitake mailto:kenji.rikitake@acm.org

last updated 13-NOV-2016

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Summary

dbskkd-cdb is a dictionary server for SKK Japanese Input Method system. For building the executable file, TinyCDB is required. See skk-server-protocol.md for the details of the server-client protocol.

License

See LICENSE. The MIT License.

Test environment

  • FreeBSD/amd64 11.0-STABLE
  • Periodically tested on Travis CI with both clang and gcc

Installation procedure

  1. makeskkcdb.sh converts a plaintext SKK dictionary to the CDB format. The default source file name is /usr/local/share/skk/SKK-JISYO.L and the converted cdb file will be placed in the current directory as SKK-JISYO.L.cdb. This .cdb file should be placed with the filename specified in JISYO_FILE macro in dbskkd-cdb.c.

  2. Do make to compile. This require cdb.h and libcdb.a of TinyCDB. For the Make prodecure on Linux, consult .travis.yml.

  3. Do make install to copy the compile executable image to the executable image directory. The default directory is /usr/local/libexec.

User privilege on installation

Assign a dedicated non-privileged user for this program and invoke with the uid.

DO NOT invoke with the root or superuser privilege.

See examples.md for the configuration examples.

Note on collecting user information

dbskkd-cdb does not collect any usage statistics or information.

Bug reports and comments

The source code repository and issue tracker is available in Github at http://github.com/jj1bdx/dbskkd-cdb.
Inquiries and comments are welcome by the forms of GitHub Pull Requests and issues in Japanese and English. If you do not want to use GitHub, contact Kenji Rikitake by email for your proposals.

Acknowledgment

Daniel J. Bernstein for his cdb, Michael Tokarev for his TinyCDB.

SKK developers and contributors including:

Makahito Sato, Mikio Nakajima, Yukiyoshi Kameyama, Masaaki Sato, Takashi Sakamoto, Fumitoshi Ukai, Toshinori Maeno, Yasuhiro Honda, Hayao Nakahara, Takahiro Kikuchi, Hideo Matsumoto, Hidetaka Koie, Takao Kawamura, Hideto Kihara, Rikishi Inakazu, Makoto Matsushita, Atsushi Yamagata, Tatsuya Kinoshita, Ryosuke Nakai, Hajimu Umemoto.