This page provides Python related software of my own.
This package provides Unicode codecs that make Python aware of Japanese character encodings such as EUC-JP, Shift_JIS and ISO-2022-JP. By using this package, Japanese characters can be treated as a character string instead of a byte sequence. Python with Unicode support (i.e. version 1.6 or later) is required.
The software license was changed to a BSD variant in JapaneseCodecs 1.3. The older versions of the package released under the GNU GPL are still available but won't be maintained.
JapaneseCodecs 1.4 and later contain source files written in the C language, so you need a C compiler to install them. If you don't have a C compiler, please consider using version 1.3 (or 1.2.2) which does not require a C compiler. A precompiled version of JapaneseCodecs for Windows is available at the web site of Python Japan User's Group (PyJUG). See the download page (in Japanese) for more information.
This is a Japanese text processing library module that provides kanji code conversion functions for three kanji codes EUC-JP, Shift_JIS and ISO-2022-JP. It also includes kanji code auto-detection functions. The entire module is written in Python.
This package is a suite of Python wrapper modules of the EB library, a C library for accessing electronic dictionaries. Using this package Python programs can easily retrieve information from electronic dictionaries of the EB and EPWING formats.