JWPxp is an enhanced fork of the defunct JWPce Japanese text editor, updated for XP and later… Created by M.I.J.E.T. This is a greatly enhanced fork of the defunct JWPce Japanese text editor (described below). Many bugs have been fixed and plenty of new features have been added.I have named it JWPxp due to the removal of support for WinCE and DOS-based Windows (e.g. Windows 9x) as well as to differentiate it from Glenn Rosenthal’s original product. The ur-program was called JWP. Later, the “ce” was added to the name by Rosenthal because he added support for WinCE (more or less completely rewriting the program in the process). Now I’ve changed it to “xp” because Windows XP is the lowest officially supported OS, although it probably works fine on Win2k and possibly even NT 4.x. Maybe by 2025 we’ll see JWPw7. … More Info »Introduction to the ProgenitorJWPce (the precursor to JWPxp) is a professional, open-source, Japanese word processor that originated in the late 1990s. In addition to word processing / text editing capabilities, it also provides numerous kanji lookup tools and integrated dictionaries. It runs on most versions of Windows, including WinCE, from which its name derives. The last update was released in 2005, and the official webpage went offline in 2015.It is an old-school Win32 program written in C++ for the MFC framework. It does not have eye candy in its GUI or a “ribbon” interface, nor does it utilize .NET. Although it has always been free, its feature set is commensurate with commercial-grade products of the time.At one time it was successful enough to merit a Wikipedia article.JWPce has been largely superseded by JWPxp, although it might still be useful for users of older operating systems. You can download it below.
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