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Re: VIm can do nihongo?

Jakub Turski wrote:
>  I'm wondering if potato's vim can be japanized, and used to input japaュ

$ apt-cache show jvim-canna
Package: jvim-canna
Priority: optional
Section: editors
Installed-Size: 445
Maintainer: Teruyuki Morimura <terubou@sandalwood.net>
Source: jvim
Version: 3.0-2.0-2
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.1.2), libcanna1g, libncurses5, xlib6g (>= 3.3.5)
Suggests: jvim-doc, canna, kon2, kterm, rxvt-ml
Architecture: i386
Size: 173036
MD5sum: e2bbf14dc79fb8a09f692ac9cba9bc68
Filename: dists/potato/main/binary-i386/editors/jvim-canna_3.0-2.0-2.deb
Description: Japanized VIM (Canna version)
 JVIM 3.0 is Japanized VIM (VI cron editor) by K.Tsuchida
 <ken_t@st.rim.or.jp> on Jan 1, 2000 (patch version 2.0).
 This editor can utilize the canna-server in "canna" package
 directly without other extra libraries (i.e. libonew) in order
 to enter "Kanji" from kon (Kanji linux cONsole) in kon2 package.
Noka, Shigekazu <noka@md.neweb.ne.jp>

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