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PROGRAM:

NAME


kterm - multi-lingual terminal emulator for X

SYNOPSIS


kterm [-toolkitoption ...] [-xtermoption ...] [-option ...]

DESCRIPTION


Kterm is a multi-lingual terminal emulator based on xterm(1). The major differences of
kterm from xterm is that it can handle multi-lingual text encoded in ISO2022, can display
colored text, and has the statusline function. To input multi-lingual text, both X Input
Method (XIM) protocol and kinput2 protocol can be used. See the sections USING XIM and
USING KINPUT2 for the details.

OPTIONS


Kterm accepts all of the xterm(1) command line options as well as the following additional
options:

-dfl This option indicates that kterm should load fonts dynamically (on demand). It
may freeze kterm and X server in a moment when a large font is loaded.

+dfl This option indicates that kterm should load fonts in advance.

-fl fontlist
This option specifies fonts to be used. fontlist is a comma separated list of
XLFDs with arbitrary wild-cards. kterm chooses fonts containing necessary
character sets in the list. This release may use the following character sets:
"iso8859-1",
"iso8859-2",
"iso8859-3",
"iso8859-4",
"iso8859-5",
"iso8859-6",
"iso8859-7",
"iso8859-8",
"iso8859-9",
"jisx0201.1976-0",
"jisc6226.1978-0",
"jisx0208.1983-0",
"jisx0208.1990-0",
"jisx0212.1990-0",
"jisx0213.2000-1",
"jisx0213.2000-2",
"ksc5601.1987-0",
"gb2312.1980-0",
"cns11643.1992-1",
"cns11643.1992-2",
"cns11643.1992-3",
"cns11643.1992-4",
"cns11643.1992-5",
"cns11643.1992-6", and
"cns11643.1992-7".

-fn iso8859/1-font
This option specifies a normal (non-bold) ISO8859/1 font to be used when
displaying Latin-1 (including ASCII) text. If it is not specified, fontlist is
used.

-fr roman-kana-font
This option specifies a normal JISX0201 font. This font must have same height and
width as the ISO8859/1 font. If it is not specified, fontlist is used.

-fkB kanji-font
This option specifies a normal JISX0208-1983 font to be used when displaying Kanji
text. This font must have same height and twice width as the ISO8859/1 font. If
it is not specified, fontlist is used.

-fk@ old-kanji-font
This option specifies a normal JISC6226-1978 font to be used when displaying Kanji
text. This font must have same height and twice width as the ISO8859/1 font. If
it is not specified, fontlist is used.

-fk@B 1990-kanji-font
This option specifies a normal JISX0208-1990 font to be used when displaying Kanji
text. This font must have same height and twice width as the ISO8859/1 font. If
it is not specified, fontlist is used.

-fkD hojo-kanji-font
This option specifies a JISX0212-1990 font text to be used when displaying
supplementary Kanji.

-fkO extended-kanji-font-1
This option specifies a JISX0213-2000-1 font text to be used when displaying
extended Kanji plain 1(3rd level).

-fkP extended-kanji-font-2
This option specifies a JISX0213-2000-2 font text to be used when displaying
extended Kanji plain 2(4th level).

-fkC hangl-font
This option specifies a KSC5601-1987 font text to be used when displaying Hangl
text.

-fkA hanzi-font
This option specifies a GB2312-1980 font text to be used when displaying Hanzi
text.

-fkG cns-font-1
This option specifies a CNS11643-1992-1 font text to be used when displaying
Taiwanese text.

-fkH cns-font-2
This option specifies a CNS11643-1992-2 font text to be used when displaying
Taiwanese text.

-fkI cns-font-3
This option specifies a CNS11643-1992-3 font text to be used when displaying
Taiwanese text.

-fkJ cns-font-4
This option specifies a CNS11643-1992-4 font text to be used when displaying
Taiwanese text.

-fkK cns-font-5
This option specifies a CNS11643-1992-5 font text to be used when displaying
Taiwanese text.

-fkL cns-font-6
This option specifies a CNS11643-1992-6 font text to be used when displaying
Taiwanese text.

-fkM cns-font-7
This option specifies a CNS11643-1992-7 font text to be used when displaying
Taiwanese text.

-flb bold-fontlist

-fb bold-font

-frb roman-kana-bold-font

-fkbB kanji-bold-font

-fkb@ old-kanji-bold-font

-fkb@B 1990-kanji-bold-font

-fkbD hojo-kanji-bold-font

-fkbO extended-kanji-bold-font-1

-fkbP extended-kanji-bold-font-2

-fkbC hangl-bold-font

-fkbA hanzi-bold-font

-fkbG cns-bold-font-1

-fkbH cns-bold-font-2

-fkbI cns-bold-font-3

-fkbJ cns-bold-font-4

-fkbK cns-bold-font-5

-fkbL cns-bold-font-6

-fkbM cns-bold-font-7
These options specify bold fonts.

-lsp dots
This option specifies how much space to be inserted between lines.

-ka This option indicates that kterm should make connection to the X server with
KEEPALIVE socket option. It is useful when the server is a X terminal that is
frequently powered off.

+ka This option indicates that kterm should make connection to the X server without
KEEPALIVE socket option.

-km kanji-mode
This option specifies the Kanji code from/to the pty. If kanji-mode is ``euc'',
then it assumes the input/output is coded by Japanese EUC. If kanji-mode is
``sjis'', then it assumes the input/output is coded by Shift_JIS code (which is
the same as Microsoft Kanji code).

-sn By default, the status line is in reverse-video (relative to the rest of the
window). This option causes the status line to be in normal video (the status
line is still enclosed in a box).

+sn This option causes the status line to be in reverse video.

-st This option causes the status line to be displayed on startup.

+st This option causes the status line not to be displayed on startup.

-version
Just displays the kterm version and exit.

-xim This option indicates that kterm should (try to) open IM on startup. If no
appropriate IM server is running, kterm does not wait, but connects after a server
is available.

+xim This option indicates that kterm should not open IM on startup.

RESOURCES


The program uses all of the xterm resources as well as the following vt100 widget specific
resources:

dynamicFontLoad (class DynamicFontLoad)
Specifies whether or not kterm should load fonts dynamically The default is
``true.''

fontList (class FontList)
Specifies the name of the fonts. The default is ``-*-fixed-medium-r-normal--14-*,
-*-gothic-medium-r-normal--14-*, -*-mincho-medium-r-normal--14-*.''

boldFontList (class FontList)
Specifies the name of the bold fonts. The default is not specified

font (class Font)
Specifies the name of the Latin-1 font. The default is not specified.

boldFont (class Font)
Specifies the name of the bold Latin-1 font. The default is not specified.

romanKanaFont (class RomanKanaFont)
Specifies the name of the Roman-Kana font. The default is not specified.

romanKanaBoldFont (class RomanKanaFont)
Specifies the name of the bold font. The default is not specified.

kanjiFont (class KanjiFont)
Specifies the name of the Kanji font. The default is not specified.

kanjiBoldFont (class KanjiFont)
Specifies the name of the bold font. The default is not specified.

kanjiMode (class KanjiMode)
Specifies the Kanji code of pty. The default is ``jis.''

lineSpace (class LineSpace)
Specifies the space to insert between lines. The default is ``0.''

keepAlive (class KeepAlive)
Specifies whether or not kterm should make connection to the X server with
KEEPALIVE socket option. The default is ``false.''

statusLine (class StatusLine)
Causes the status line to be displayed on startup. The default is ``false.''

statusNormal (class StatusNormal)
Specifies whether or not the status line should be in normal video. The default
is ``false.''

forwardKeyEvent (class ForwardKeyEvent)
Specifies whether or not key events should be forwarded to the conversion server.
If false, the server cannot receive key events if the keyboard focus is set to
kterm window but the pointer is on other windows. It may, however, improve
response time of the conversion server on a slow network. The default is
``true.''

openIm (class OpenIm)
Specifies whether or not kterm should (try to) open IM on startup. The default is
``false.''

eucJPLocale (class EucJPLocale)
Specifies the locale of the input method in the form of a comma separated list.
The default is ``ja_JP.eucJP,ja_JP.ujis,ja_JP.EUC,japanese.euc, Japanese-
EUC,ja,japan.'' See the section USING XIM for the details.

inputMethod (class InputMethod)
Specifies the input method modifier for the current locale. The default is not
specified. (That means using the XMODIFIERS environment variable.)

preeditType (class PreeditType)
Specifies the input styles using XIM protocol in the form of a comma separated
list. Currently, ``OverTheSpot'' and ``Root'' are supported. The default is
``OverTheSpot,Root.''

ACTIONS


The following additional actions are provided for using within the vt100 translations
resources:

open-im([input-method])
This action (tries to) open IM for the specified input method modifier. If input-
method is omitted, the last modifier remains unchanged. If input-method is the
key-word XMODIFIERS, the XMODIFIERS environment variable is used.

close-im()
This action closes IM.

begin-conversion(conversion-atom)
This action begins conversion to input text using kinput2 protocol. conversion-
atom for Japanese conversion is ``_JAPANESE_CONVERSION.''

TERMCAP


Termcap(5) entries that work with kterm include ``kterm,'' ``xterm,'' ``vt102,'' ``vt100''
and ``ansi.''

USING XIM


Kterm first sets its international environment (locale) using the vt100 resource
"eucJPLocale" (ignoring the LANG environment variable), because it uses Japanese EUC
encoding for the internal input code. If your system does not support any default locale
names, specify an appropriate one in the app-defaults file. Kterm, then, sets the locale
modifiers according to the resource "inputMethod" or the XMODIFIERS environment variable.

When kterm is started with the "-xim" option or the "Open Input Method" entry in the
vtMenu is selected, it just registers a callback for notification of instantiation of IM
servers. If an appropriate IM server is running or becomes available, kterm connects with
the server. Start of conversion depends on the configuration of the IM server.

If kterm is connecting with a kinput2 protocol server, any IM can not be opened.

For further information (how to input/convert/correct text, etc.), see the conversion
server's document (kinput2(1)).

Non-Japanese Languages
To input non-Japanese text, set the vt100 resource "eucJPLocale" to your favorite locale
name, and set Kanji mode to Japanese EUC (using the "-km euc" option, "*vt100.kanjiMode:
euc" resource, or the "Japanese EUC Mode" entry in the vtMenu). This should work for any
locale because every character input from the IM is passed to the pty without any
modification in Japanese EUC Mode. Note that this mechanism will be changed in the
future.

CAUTION
Kterm may be hanged when the connecting IM server dies on some specific timing. Do not
kill IM servers on a kterm which is connected with the server, and IM servers which is
establishing connection with any kterm. If you want to kill an IM server, make sure that
no kterm is connected with the server.

NOTICE
Kterm can not communicate with servers using XIMP protocol based on X11R5.

USING KINPUT2


By default, pressing control-Kanji key starts conversion for Japanese text using kinput2
protocol. The conversion server, such as kinput2(1), must be started by the time,
otherwise you will see warning message `Conversion Server not found'. For other
languages, if any server is available, you can bind a key to start conversion by changing
the translation table.

If an IM is (being) open, conversion using kinput2 protocol can not be started.

For further information (how to input/convert/correct text, etc.), see the conversion
server's document (kinput2(1)).

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