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Japana

Japana is a small HTTP proxy written in Perl. It converts Japanese characters (Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji) into ASCII (Romaji) on the fly. The translation is done with the kakasi library (an older version without the need for kakasi still exists).

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  •  04 Feb 2007 13:08

    Release Notes: HTTP keepalive has been fixed (connections were closed after every request).

    •  04 Feb 2007 13:08

      Release Notes: HTTP keepalive has been fixed (connections were closed after every request).

      •  18 May 2003 12:51

        Release Notes: The command line arguments are now case-sensitive, so you can now use -a and -A as expected.

        •  27 Apr 2003 14:45

          Release Notes: The proxy now supports basic proxy authorization and gzipped data transfers.

          •  19 Jan 2003 16:12

            Release Notes: Command-line arguments can now override options given in a configuration file. The documentation has been updated slightly.

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