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JSesh is both a hieroglyphic text editor, which follows quite closely the manuel de codage, and a java library for the manipulation o
JSesh is both a hieroglyphic text editor, which follows quite closely the manuel de codage, and a java library for the manipulation of hieroglyphic texts. JSesh is distributed with its complete sources, and a technical documentation. To start JSesh, simply click on jsesh.jar (in the libs directory).
JSesh uses the following libraries :
VectorGraphics for graphical export
IzPack for its installer
JLex for the lexical analyser
JCup for the parser
If you include jsesh.jar as a library in one of your program, you are free to distribute the said program with the license of your choice, open-source or not. On the other hand, if you modify JSesh itself, the modifications should be redistributed under the LGPL.
Note that if you modify JSesh for a non LGPL project, you might still distribute your project with a "closed" license, as long as the modified part of JSesh is distributed under the LGPL.
Java 1.4.2 or later
What's New in This Release:
Bug fix for the advanced ligature system
Included many updated hieroglyphs, mainly from S. Thomas
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