Re: any better chinese input method?
I heard SCIM is non-free, is it tree? Any chance it will enter unstable?
BTW, it would be great if we have a source.list line for installation.
On Mon, 21 Apr 2003 Yu Guanghui wrote :
> Anthony Fok has provided SCIM (http://www.turbolinux.com.cn/~suzhe/scim/)
> debian packages. http://184.108.40.206/~foka/scim. You can try it.
> Yu Guanghui <ygh at dlut.edu.cn>
> Network Center
> Dalian University of Technology, China
> 引用 "Min Xu(Hsu)" <email@example.com>:
> > Hi guys,
> > I saw some screenshots that some new linux chinese input server
> > can embed themselves into the gnome 2.2 panel, just like the
> > old windows input method did. In debian, I am using xcin, but
> > it could not.
> > Anyone wants to package a new and better input method for the
> > rest of us? :-)
> > Thanks,
> > -Min
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