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<h1>manakai charlib</h1>
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This page is no longer maintained.
See <a href="http://manakai.github.io/">new project page</a>.
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<p>The <dfn>manakai charlib</dfn> is a product of the <a
href="http://suika.fam.cx/www/2006/manakai/" rel=up>manakai</a>
project and is intended to provide supplemental Perl modules to
support character encodings in the wild.
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<h2>Perl Modules</h2>
<p>Following Perl modules provide support for various character
encodings through Perl's standard <code class=perl>Encode</code>
interface. However, they are not intended to be used by themselves;
they form integrated part of protocol or document format processors,
such as <a
href="http://suika.fam.cx/www/markup/html/whatpm/Whatpm/Charset/DecodeHandle.html"><code
class=perl>Whatpm::Charset::DecodeHandle</code></a>.
<ul>
<li><a
href="Encode-GLJIS1978-0.02.tar.gz"><code>Encode::GLJIS1978</code></a>
(tar + gzip, 42<abbr title="kilooctets">ko</abbr>)
<li><a
href="Encode-GLJIS1983-0.02.tar.gz"><code>Encode::GLJIS1983</code></a>
(tar + gzip, 42<abbr title="kilooctets">ko</abbr>)
<li><a
href="Encode-GLJIS1997-0.02.tar.gz"><code>Encode::GLJIS1997</code></a>
(tar + gzip, 42<abbr title="kilooctets">ko</abbr>)
<li><a
href="Encode-GLJIS1997Swapped-0.02.tar.gz"><code>Encode::GLJIS1997Swapped</code></a>
(tar + gzip, 42<abbr title="kilooctets">ko</abbr>)
<li><a
href="Encode-EUCJP1997-0.03.tar.gz"><code>Encode::EUCJP1997</code></a>
(tar + gzip, 44<abbr title="kilooctets">ko</abbr>)
<li><a
href="Encode-EUCJP1997OPENNEC-0.02.tar.gz"><code>Encode::EUCJP1997OPENNEC</code></a>
(tar + gzip, 88<abbr title="kilooctets">ko</abbr>)
<li><a
href="Encode-EUCJPSW-0.02.tar.gz"><code>Encode::EUCJPSW</code></a>
(tar + gzip, 88<abbr title="kilooctets">ko</abbr>)
<li><a href="Encode-ShiftJIS1997-0.02.tar.gz"><code>Encode::ShiftJIS1997</code></a>
(tar + gzip, 77<abbr title="kilooctets">ko</abbr>)
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<h2>Install</h2>
<p>For each tarball listed in the <a href="#modules">Perl modules</a>
section, run the following commands:
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<li><code>$ <kbd>perl Makefile.PL</kbd></code>
<li><code>$ <kbd>make</kbd></code>
<li><code>$ <kbd>make install</kbd></code>
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<p>Note that these modules are written in XS; they must
be compiled before they get ready to be used.</p>
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<p>Alternatively, you can build RPM packages by executing the
following command in the root directory of your copy of <a
href="#dev"><em>the git repository</em></a>:
<p class=code><code>$ <kbd>make rpm</kbd></code>
<p>Then, you can install the <code>manakai-charlib</code> package.
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<div class=section id=dev>
<h2>Development</h2>
<p>The latest development version of modules are available in <a
href="http://suika.fam.cx/gate/git/wi/manakai-charlib.git/">the git
repository</a>. You can clone the git repository by the following
command:
<p class=code><code>$ <kbd>git clone http://suika.fam.cx/gate/git/bare/manakai-charlib.git manakai-charlib</kbd></code></p>
<p>There is a <a href="http://manakai.g.hatena.ne.jp/task/15/">bug
tracking system</a> for the project.
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<div class="section" id="author">
<h2>Author</h2>
<p><a href="http://suika.fam.cx/~wakaba/who?" rel="author">Wakaba</a>.</p>
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<div class="section" id="license">
<h2>License</h2>
<p>Copyright 2006-2010 Wakaba <code class="mail">&lt;<a
href="mailto:w@suika.fam.cx"
rel="author">w@suika.fam.cx</a>></code>.</p>
<p>This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the same terms as Perl itself.</p>
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