Dec 102017
 
Part 1 of an excellent Japanese text processor.
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Part 1 of an excellent Japanese text processor.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
JC.EXE 20245 10525 deflated
MOKE.DOC 42093 15666 deflated
README 1218 666 deflated
README.1ST 2404 1198 deflated
README.MK 4943 2290 deflated
REVTAB.EXE 14274 8031 deflated
RUN.BAT 249 104 deflated
SETUP.BAT 536 174 deflated
WSKTOK.DAT 459351 156101 deflated

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Contents of the README file


Hi Dave,


I got your floppies last week. Sorry I haven't returned them sooner. I was
in the midst of debugging and enhancing MOKE. I'm sure you'll agree it was
worth the wait. This weekend I added the Guess Kanji feature which I'm sure
will be very useful.

Before you start make sure you have at least 4 megabytes free. MOKE only
requires around 2 meg but there are some intermediate files made in the
process. If you don't do the unarc.bat file by hand and erase files as
you go.

I wrote up a unarc.bat file to unzoo, make one file, make a directory called
\kanji, copy the necessary files there, and delete everything from the dir
where the were. To get moke running follow theses steps.

1. Make a directory called moke (or whatever)
2. cd moke
3. copy contents of all floppies to moke

copy a:*.*

4. unarc

This file will do the work. It takes about 10 minutes maybe less to
create the revtab file.

5. moke -j jj19mar (to test moke) F9 to exit

6. for more info read moke.doc (I hope this accurately reflects the current
MOKE. It may be have small errors in places.)

7. If you have questions on the installation or getting MOKE to run
mail me.

mark


Contents of the README.1ST file


Hi Dave,


I got your floppies last week. Sorry I haven't returned them sooner. I was
in the midst of debugging and enhancing MOKE. I'm sure you'll agree it was
worth the wait. This weekend I added the Guess Kanji feature which I'm sure
will be very useful.

Before you start make sure you have at least 4 megabytes free. MOKE only
requires around 2 meg but there are some intermediate files made in the
process. If you don't do the unarc.bat file by hand and erase files as
you go.

I wrote up a unarc.bat file to unzoo, make one file, make a directory called
\kanji, copy the necessary files there, and delete everything from the dir
where the were. To get moke running follow theses steps.

1. Make a directory called moke (or whatever)
2. cd moke
3. copy contents of all floppies to moke

copy a:*.*

4. unarc

This file will do the work. It takes about 10 minutes maybe less to
create the revtab file.

5. moke -j jj19mar (to test moke) F9 to exit

6. for more info read moke.doc (I hope this accurately reflects the current
MOKE. It may be have small errors in places.)

7. If you have questions on the installation or getting MOKE to run
mail me.

mark
MOKE (Mike's Own Kanji Editor) is an absolutely fantastic program
supplied by Mike Edwards of the University of Wisconsin. I modified
the files supplied by Mike in the following manner:
I changed the archiving format from ZOO to ZIP for compactness, with
corresponding changes in the SETUP.BAT (which was Mike's UNARC.BAT).
I also changed the default machine type in the MOKE.RC file (which
you should find in the \KANJI subdirectory which SETUP.BAT will make
and fill) as per the docs supplied by Mike so that the default operating
system is MSDOS rather than UNIX.
Note that the graphics specified in MOKE.RC is hercules. If you have
CGA, VGA, etc, please change this line in MOKE.RC accordingly with an
editor program.
Finally, I was unable to get MOKE to run without a filename specified
as a command line parameter (even a dummy filename worked, but no filename
at all seemed to result in the program not being able to find Kanji). So
I included with these ZIP files a RUN.BAT which will supply a dummy file
name, DEFAULT.SAV, if you do not do so. If you can't get MOKE to run by
typing a bare MOKE at the DOS prompt, try RUN instead.
And last, Mike has indicated that a new and improved version 1.1 of MOKE
will be available soon. (This is version 1.0). I personally found MOKE
to be such an enormously valuable program that I just couldn't wait for
version 1.1, and I figured a lot of others wouldn't want to wait either.
Note that (at least as I am posting it) MOKE is in three ZIP files:
MOKE1.ZIP, MOKE2.ZIP, and MOKE3.ZIP. This is because the program is so
long that smaller portions makes more sense for modem transfer. After
unzipping all three files in the subdirectory where you want MOKE, run
the SETUP.BAT by typing SETUP from your DOS prompt. This will produce a
\KANJI subdirectory to hold the auxilliary files (where MOKE expects them
to be) and will produce a REVTAB file. Then try running MOKE from the DOS
prompt by typing MOKE. If you get garbage when you try to type Kana or
Kanji (after reading the docs in MOKE.DOC, of course), try the RUN.BAT by
typing RUN at the DOS prompt instead, or type MOKE filename, where
filename is a file that need not exist.
Bill Larkins, sysop, Chevy Chase Board BBS (703) 549-5574
CompuServe ID 72457,741 (I frequent area 7 of the FLEFO
forum).


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