Begin forwarded message:
> From: Benoit Cerrina <benoitcerrina@...>
> Date: November 7, 2008 6:17:52 PM EST
> To: tomoe-devel@...
> Subject: tomoe data correction
> I have made a cross reference of the data from tomoe and the taka
> database and found lots of kanji entries which probably need
> corrections (note that I was using zinnia and I really cross
> referenced the taka db with the version of the tomoe data shipped
> with zinnia).
> However I haven't been able to launch the stroke editor (it
> complaints about a missing tomoe import). I assume this means I
> must make tomoe itself in order to be able to use the editor.
> However I have been unlucky instaling tomoe either from the
> downloadable files
> (configure works but make fails with
> benoit@...$ make
> make all-recursive
> make: Entering directory `/home/benoit/tomoe-0.6.0'
> Making all in po
> make: Entering directory `/home/benoit/tomoe-0.6.0/po'
> file=`echo ja | sed 's,.*/,,'`.gmo \
> && rm -f $file && -o $file ja.po
> /bin/sh: -o: not found
> make: *** [ja.gmo] Error 127
> make: Leaving directory `/home/benoit/tomoe-0.6.0/po'
> make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
> make: Leaving directory `/home/benoit/tomoe-0.6.0'
> make: *** [all] Error 2
> or from the svn source (I can't even get autogen to work).
> Can someone help me get the system running. If I can I expect to be
> able to contribute to the quality of the japanese dictionary.
> Best regards
> Benoit Cerrina
> if someone else wants to verify the suspicious entries, here is the
> list I have made of all the jis 208 level 1 kanji in taka which were
> not correctly recognized by zinnia:
> I have another suspicious set which are the ones for which the
> recognized kanji is among the 10 best chocies but not the 1st