Accelerator for Jedit3.0 start-up
(An Interface for Japanese Language Analysis)
JLAA accelerates Jedit3.0 start-up within the Japanese
JLAA is a background application which enables you to access
Language Analysis Manager using Apple Script. As the start-up time of Jedit3.0
is accelerated significantly when JLAA is loaded into memory, you can use
JLAA as an accelerator for Jedit3.0
JLAA is freeware.
Note: This software is only valid for
Japanese MacOS8.5 or later and does not work on none-Japanese MacOS.
PowerMacintosh and Japanese MacOS8.5 or later which supports
the Language Analysis Manager.
You can download JLAA program from the following.
JLAA101.sit.hqx: 73KB (BinHex
How can JLAA accelerate Jedit3.0 start-up?
Depending on your systems configuration, Jedit sometimes may
take 5 to 10 seconds for its start-up time. The most of the start-up time
is spent loading the Language Analysis Manager(LAA) shared library. So, when
JLAA has loaded the LAA shared library onto memory preceding Jedit's start-up,
Jedit's start-up time will thus be shortened significantly as Jedit will not
be burdened by the LAA shared library load.
If you feel start-up times for Jedit3.0
are too slow, try JLAA.
Checks whether the Language Analysis Manager is available
or not. If LAA is available, true will be returned in the Result variable.
command LAAConvert reference -- text to be converted
convType ToKanji/ToHiragana/ToYomi -- the type of conversion
Result: string -- converted text
Converts reference text to Kanji-Kana mixed text (ToKanji),
Hiragana only text(ToHaragana) or Hiragana speech text(ToYomi). You can specify
the conversion type of ToKanji, ToHaragana or ToYomi in the convType option.
The converted text will then be returned in the Result variable.
If you have any question, please email us.
Artman21 User Support section.
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