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Sun Aug 17 21:06:09 EDT 2008
On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 8:53 PM, Sayamindu Dasgupta <sayamindu at gmail.com> wrote:
It's of great news that XO will have better CJK support.
> Ideally, for 9.1.0, I would not want the user experience to change,
> and I will not like SCIM to expose itself (ie, the SCIM panel, or any
> sort of notification icon) by default. To get SCIM on the XO by
> default, the current TODO list looks like
> * Strip out all the unneeded stuff (as Korakurider mentioned, there's
> Perl, and I also got some comments that the total amount of
> dependencies pulled in by some optional SCIM components can run upto
> 100 MB, which is unacceptable)
AFAIK, the perl dependency should be removed as it's only used for the
environment setup in post-install. However, this is setup useless for
XO. We need to "repack" an RPM package for XO.
Also, in the past scim-panel will cause frequent wake-ups for CPU.
Since there's no "panel" in Sugar, we should definitely strip this too
> * Port our existing keymaps to SCIM (this is going to be quite a bit
> of grunt work, around 30 layouts to port)
> * Make a tool that will automagically configure SCIM (based on the
> data from the OFW). We do this for XKB by a shell script.
> There's a very interesting tool in SCIM called scim-config-agent - I
> think it can be very useful for our automagical SCIM configuration
> script. However, I cannot find much documentation for it, if anyone
> knows more about this, please do let me know. Currently I'm looking at
> the SCIM config file, trying to figure out the parameters for
> On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Edward Cherlin <echerlin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I see that we have finally gotten around to SCIM (Smart Common Input
>> Method), which will make our Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and some other
>> users of complex writing systems very happy. What do we need to do? Is
>> there a way to use SCIM now? I would like to test CJK input in various
>> activities ASAP. (I was in the Peace Corps in Korea starting in 1967,
>> then lived in Japan, then studied Buddhist Chinese.)
>> Silent Thunder [ 默雷 / शब्दगर्ज ] is my name,
>> And Children are my nation.
>> The Cosmos is my dwelling place,
>> And Truth my destination.
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