IM (Internet Message) provides a series of user interface commands
(imput, imget, imls, ...) and backend Perl5 modules to integrate
E-mail and NetNews user interface. They are designed to be used both
from Mew version 1.x and on command line.
The folder style of IM is exactly the same as that of MH. So, you can
replace MH with this package without any migration works. Moreover,
you are able to operate your messages both by IM and MH with
IM is copyrighted by IM developing team. You can redistribute it
and/or modify it under the modified BSD license.
Although you installed IM successfully, yet you must be initialized on
your home directory at once. Execute imsetup command with your account
after im installed.
im-ja is a Japanese input module for GTK2.
Currently supported input modes are: hiragana, katakana, half-width
katakana, zenkaku, Canna, FreeWnn, and Kanji character recognition
(based on Kanjipad).
Conversion hotkeys, status window, preedit text colors, etc. can be
customized through a GUI. An optional applet is also included for the
gnome-panel which can be used to display and change the input method.
Tex2im is a simple tool that converts LaTeX formulas into high resolution
pixmap graphics for inclusion in text processors or presentations. I
encountered the problem that the formulas generated by the editors of common
office packages usually were the ugliest part of my scientific presentations;
on the other hand I didn't want to use latex for my transparencies. On the
latex side I'm aware of the slitex and foiltex packages, nevertheless I
consider them to be masochistic. EPS import can be nice, but commonly you get
either display or printing problems. Also, often its nice just to copy
formulas out of you latex documents.
The program m17n-im-config provides a GUI for per-user configuration of
input methods of the m17n library (devel/m17n-lib and textproc/m17n-contrib).
The following methods are customisable at the moment: Unicode, Vietnamese,
Malayalam, Tibetan, Thai, Tamil, Japanese and Chinese.
Creates new Net::LDAP::Entry objects for a posixAccount entry.
Creates new Net::LDAP::Entry objects for a posixGroup entry.
go.net contains additional Go packages for net applications such as dict (the
Dictionary Server Protocol), spdy and websocket.
Minimal functions from Net::IP
Net::SMTPS - SSL/STARTTLS support for Net::SMTP
Net::Netrc is a pure-Ruby module providing ftp(1)-style .netrc
parsing. It is inspired by Graham Barr's Perl Net::Netrc module.