next up previous contents index
Next: Japanese vi (vim), jvim Up: Editors Previous: Mule Input For Searches

vi

If you love vi and the unix way of working with a number of small programs, then you can standardize on kinput2 if you work in an X-Windows environment or uum if you work only from the kon console.

This is an example of a work environment of small programs under X.

The two editors I use are jvim and mule. Of the two, I like mule under X-Windows the best. If you have problems with jvim finding your special dictionaries, you might want to give mule a try. Mule includes built-in support for handling Japanese input and frees you of the hassle of figuring out how to use uum. The problem is that there are four different mules, one for each of the kanji input methods. I use Wnn and canna.


next up previous contents index
Next: Japanese vi (vim), jvim Up: Editors Previous: Mule Input For Searches
Craig Toshio Oda
1998-05-07