Re: Bug#680668: Updating chinese-t-desktop in tasksel for Wheezy.
On Sun, Jul 15, 2012 at 1:53 AM, Andrew Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 2012/7/15 Aron Xu <email@example.com>:
>> gcin is again included in Debian but it's a bit hard for me to judge
>> which one best fits the average needs... Please change it as you wish,
> Thanks Aron. I switched it back to scim for now.
> I have no difficultly to switch to anyone my own. I just consider of what we
> can fit the most non-tech users' expectation.
There are a group of people working on SCIM right now, there is one DD
(who helped a looooooooooot on improving the packaging quality), but
scim is not complete in Wheezy and the quality still needs a lot of
improvements... So I suggest to pick from GCIN/HIME, IBus and Fcitx.
GCIN/HIME: developed by zh-hant developer, but the framework itself is
a bit lagged behind comparing with IBus and Fcitx.
IBus: de facto input method framework, with chewing and bopomofo,
cangjie (and more tables) for zh-hant users, but was reported to be
not very good in some details. This is the default in Ubuntu, which
I've chosen to be safe in my modifications.
Fcitx: it gets a complete redesign and is still fast moving, with
fcitx-chewing, fcitx-libpinyin (libpinyin has a very good Zhuyin
implementation), and all tables supported by SCIM. It could be not
very good at input details for zh-hant users but I think it worth a