Jarno Elovirta wrote:
> Hip hei!
> Can anyone recommend a text editor that can open/save documents using
> Shift_JIS encoding for *non-Japanese* Windows?
Getting Japanese support on a non-Japanese Windows system is a
highly nontrivial exercise: it's not just the encoding, it's also
full multibyte character support, fonts, the IME, etc...
I'm under the impression that Windows/Office 2000 make your life
much easier, but for earlier versions it's a pain.
That said, the simplest route to proceed is to get yourself a copy
of JWP, which is freeware and lets you read and write Japanese in a
number of formats, including Shi(f)tJIS. You can find it and much
more here: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/japanese.html
Jani PATOKALLIO / jpatokal_at_iki.fi / +81 90 7722 3557
Sanpo Laboratory, Mechano-Informatics Dept., University of Tokyo
$B%d%K!&%Q%H%+%j%*(B / jani_at_sanpo.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp / 090 7722 3557
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Received on Tue Oct 31 10:07:21 2000