Re: Does MULE require canna and/or wnn?
"Stephen J. Turnbull" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> You might want to talk to Debian-i18n if that still exists, as
> Japanese generally know most about Japanese, and not so much about
> other languages.
> Karl> What I need to know is whether it's true, as the current
> Karl> xemacs21-mule package description states, that the binary
> Karl> with only Mule and no canna or wnn will not be useful for
> Karl> input of non-european text, but can only be used to read it.
> False. With the exception of Japanese (AFAIK), all supported
> languages can be input using the Quail package, entirely written in
> ELisp. Japanese is supported separately by SKK, also an ELisp package.
I've made html table about supported input method for CJK today.
See http://www.imasy.or.jp/~kazz/xemacs/input-methods.html and please
correct me. Especially, I'm not sure with Chinese and Korean.