Re: vim6 + IM
If you install language-env and then run set-language-env it will do
most of your environment for you. I do it as another user then use
Xnest to seperate the environments (I don't understand japanese properly
BTW gnome-terminal with antialiased fonts works quite well for japanese
as well. :)
The only thing that was needed for me to get Japanese input working in
most cases is starting kinput2 and setting
(Although you may just want to set LC_ALL=ja_JP if you don't speak
Mattia Dongili wrote:
> I'm trying to use vim to input japanese inside a kterm. For what I read
> it seems to be possible, but I still haven't found how...
> I'm following the multibyte pages of vim :help and I have to say that
> using gvim to input japanese it's been quite simple:
> LC_CTYPE=ja_JP gvim '+set encoding=euc-jp' '+set imak=S-space' '+set guifontset=-misc-mincho-medium-r-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-jisx0208.1983-*'
> For the moment I'm using jvim but I'd like to get rid of colors and all
> the advanced features available in vim.
> Well, first of all is it possible?
> I can easily display japanese characters via the
> vim '+set encoding=euc-jp' <FILE> command, but
> vim gives an error trying to set imak=S-space. Suspicious...
> somewhere I read that I need to start kterm with the -xim option but
> this doesn't change the result.
> I'm using sarge and I installed kinput2-canna, cannaserver, almost every
> japanese font, lv, gs-cjk-*,... and their dependencies. Actually since I
> can use gvim to input kanji it shouldn't be a missing package issue.
> some more info:
> xrdb -query
> *.inputMethod: kinput2 <--- those should be useless actually
> *.preeditType: OverTheSpot <---/
> *international: True <--/
> *customization: -color
> Kinput2*CcWnn.ccdef: ccdef.kinput2.egg
> Kinput2*conversionStartKeys: Shift<Key>space
> XLock*logoutButton: -1
> kterm*reverseVideo: true
> relevant environment
> 有難うございます (correct? :)
> anyway thanks for every bit of help you can give
- vim6 + IM
- From: Mattia Dongili <firstname.lastname@example.org>