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Re: RFS: scim-python: python bindings and input methods for scim

On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 09:59:41PM +0800, Zhengpeng Hou wrote:
> Hi all,
> > What I know as a part of SCIM package team:
> >  * The KDE libraries were behind Gnome ones to support immodule.
> >  * Some SCIM package seems to disable skim support by the maintainer patch.
>  this is not what I'm talking about, I know what you are talking is
> something like skim-scim-pinyin.

scim-tables has 90_disable-skim.dpatch
So I assume it disables skim

> > If you think skim support is important and these are unjustly removing
> > support, please povide patch+test result report to us.
> AFAIK: every SCIM engine module can work well with skim, even they
> haven't provide
> a kde set up fronted for skim, like scim-pinyin, scim-chewing, etc can
> work just out-of-the-box
> with skim. I don't know why scim-python can not work with skim.

I do not know either.

> > This is volunteer work.  Please do not tell people "you should be able
> > to do this if you learn how...".  If you know better, tell us the
> > answer.  Quite honestly, I feel the same way for skim support but I do
> > not have time to test unfamiliar programs.
> As I've said above, every modules of scim can work with skim, but not
> scim-python. I raised up this issue
> just wanna feedback, but not complann here.  Just like a bug report,
> the difference is scim-python is not
> in archive, I happened know it, wanna have a try, and then feedback.

Please also give us feed back on good old scim-tables.


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