Re: Bug#263878: language-env: Wishlist : GTK_IM_MODULE=uim-anthy
El Sáb 07 Ago 2004 02:41, Paul Hampson escribió:
> On Fri, Aug 06, 2004 at 08:56:13PM -0500, Nicolás Velásquez O. wrote:
> > I'm a kde user with spanish keyboard. It means that in kde UIM
> > doesn't works as good as it works on GTK.
> > I think that UIM is great, but kde lacks support for it(there ain't
> > an immodule for kde yet).
> There is, pretty much. I don't think it's floated out into the
> distros yet, but testers are reporting success with it. If you like,
> I can get some more information about it... I have a terrible feeling
> it'll need a QT recompile though.
Certainly, there is already an immodule for qt but as you say one has to
recompile all the programs that depends on qt, which means ALL KDE, :o
In the site, it says that the immodule patch won't be released for Qt
3.3.x due some Trolltech bugfix-only policy. They say that support for
immodule will be included in Qt 4.
For more info see:
> > The thing is that, not long ago I meet SCIM and SKIM, they work
> > really nice. It has support for dead keys, it works with any
> > locales(I use es_CO.UTF-8) and It can have UIM as backend (I use
> > SCIM-UIM-ANTHY to write Japanese).
> > Perhaps it should be considered when making this decision.
> > http://scim.freedesktop.org/
> The problem I have (unless I'm looking in the wrong place) is that
> the SCIM package in Debian/unstable is only 0.9.7 and the uim mailing
> list tells me that I need SCIM 0.9.9 to use it in on top of UIM.
I'm using sarge with selfcompiled scim 0.95 and skim 0.94. It works like
> Personally, I'm looking forward to dispensing with XIM, and using
> GTK+, QT and OpenOffice UIM interfaces, and uim-fep for my console
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