Build Mozc on Fedora 21 in Docker.

This is a proof-of-concept CL that demonstrates how to build Mozc on
Fedora 21.  Note that this CL does not intend to officially support
building and running Mozc on Fedora 21.

To set up or update the Docker container:
To enter into the Docker container:
To set up the Docker container again from scratch:

TEST=compile and unittest in Docker 1.6.1 running on Ubuntu 14.04.2
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Mozc - a Japanese Input Method Editor designed for multi-platform

Copyright 2010-2015, Google Inc.

Mozc is a Japanese Input Method Editor (IME) designed for multi-platform such as Android OS, Apple OS X, Chromium OS, GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows. This open-source project originates from Google Japanese Input.

Build Status

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BuildN/AN/ABuild StatusN/AN/A

What's Mozc?

For historical reasons, the project name Mozc has two different meanings:

  1. Internal code name of Google Japanese Input that is still commonly used inside Google.
  2. Project name to release a subset of Google Japanese Input in the form of source code under OSS license without any warranty nor user support.

In this repository, Mozc means the second definition unless otherwise noted.


All Mozc code written by Google is released under The BSD 3-Clause License. For thrid party code under src/third_party directory, see each sub directory to find the copyright notice. Note also that outside src/third_party following directories contain thrid party code.

###src/data/dictionary_oss/ Mixed. See src/data/dictionary_oss/README.txt

###src/data/test/dictionary/ The same to src/data/dictionary_oss/. See src/data/dictionary_oss/README.txt

###src/data/test/stress_test/ Public Domain. See the comment in src/data/test/stress_test/sentences.txt

###src/data/unicode/ UNICODE, INC. LICENSE AGREEMENT. See each file header for details.