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Re: [tlug] Japanese Input on CentOS / KDE

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On Wed, Aug 10, 2005 at 01:23:47PM +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> I found it rather breathless.
> It is clearly out of date in two ways.
>   o Most modern Linux distros are moving to IIIMF-based input
>     methods.  I don't think you need to discuss them, but you should
>     point out that what you're describing is not the politically
>     correct way to do things, at least on recent Linux.

A quick follow up on this.  Sigh, I shouldn't have gotten started, I'm
going to be exhausted at work. 

I've gotten scim-anthy working in FreeBSD, and will probably just adapt
my script--another sign it's out of date is that the original is langx
and now my scripts all end with .sh--to switch back and forth between
UTF-8 which works perfectly with openoffice and EUC.  UTF-8 seems to
have trouble with xterms. 

I realize this email is more noise than anything else, but Stephen got
me excited about this, so look for an update to the page more quickly
than expected.

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