cconv (pronunciation: see-conv) is an iconv-based Simplified-Traditional Chinese
conversion tool. It is NOT only a transcoding program, but also a TRANSLATE tool
between Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.
We stand on the shoulders of giants. cconv source code is based on iconv, an
excellent program which converts text from one encoding to another.
- iconv-like usage.
- language-level Simplified-Traditional Chinese conversion.
- idioms can be translated.
This module is an attempt to solve most common problems occurred in
Traditional vs. Simplified Chinese conversion, in an efficient,
flexible way, without resorting to external tools or modules.
After installing this module, you'll have two additional encoding
formats: big5-simp maps Big5 into Unicode's Simplified Chinese
(and vice versa), and gbk-trad maps CP936 (better known as GBK)
into Unicode's Traditional Chinese and back.
The module exports various xxx_to_yyy functions by default, where
xxx and yyy are one of big5, gb (i.e. GBK/CP936), simp (simplified
Chinese unicode), or trad (traditional Chinese unicode).
Traditional Chinese (BIG-5 encoding) zh_TW.Big5 automatic localization
Install this port and you will have a Traditional Chinese FreeBSD system
A Chinese(Big5) <-> English dictd words database.
pydict database have 177751 headwords.
moecomp database have 67263 headwords.
netterm database have 6477 headwords.
cedict database have 26348 headwords.
FreeWnn is a Japanese/Chinese/Korean input method.
This port has only libraries for a Chinese imput method. The libraries
containes a archive file (libcwnn.a), header files and files which are
used to a client.
Note that you must set a environment variable CSERVER or TSERVER if
you use a client of Wnn.
This module extracts keywords from Chinese text,
which requires Lingua::ZH::TaBE.
kcfonts is a suit of chinese Ming Fanti fonts for X-window
kcfonts' fonts are contributed by Kau Chauo Information CO. to all
TANet users running on PC. Thanks Chin-Hao Tsai <email@example.com>, who
converted it to the style of ETen's fonts. Now you can use kcfonts &
crxvt to view Chinese by BIG5 encoding.
This module implements China-based Chinese charset encodings.
This is a perl version of simplified Chinese word segmentation.
The algorithm for this segmenter is to search the longest word at each point
from both left and right directions, and choose the one with higher frequency
The original program is from the CPAN module Lingua::ZH::WordSegment
(http://search.cpan.org/~chenyr/) I did the follwing changes: 1) make the
interface object oriented; 2) make the internal string into utf8; 3) using
sogou's dictionary (http://www.sogou.com/labs/dl/w.html) as the default
TaBE stands for `Taiwan and Big5 Encoding'. libtabe
provides unified interface and library dealing with
Chinese words, phrases, sentences, and phonetic symbols.
It is intended to be used as the foundation of Chinese