New input method demo!
Mikkel Meyer Andersen
openmoko at mikl.dk
Mon Oct 29 12:29:41 CET 2007
I've just recently started a project:
Please feel free to join it!
I haven't really started at using the SVN there yet, so the source I've got
so far can be downloaded from www.scienco.org/openmoko-input.tar.gz - I'll
put it in the project SVN ASAP.
I'm aware that the separation of the library and the inputting itself isn't
fulfilled at this time, but we are clearly suppose to do that ASAP, too.
As mentioned earlier, I'm really not a great C-programmer; I've mainly done
C# earlier, so please feel free to comment :-).
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Emne: Re: Sv: New input method demo!
Dato: 29/10/07 10:49
> Mikkel Meyer Andersen skrev:
> > Hi,
> > I've also tried to develop a keyboard for finger-use. I started with
> > developing a dictionary library, and have only made a very simple GUI to
> > it.
> > I haven't seen you keyboard yet, but I'm really looking forward to. In
> > addition to this, I hope to be able to incorporate the dictionary I've
> I'm been thinking about this for a while... And Yes thanks... I want to
> play with it.
> While the app often have better knowledge, it make sens to put the logic
> in one place. To give all apps completion, and to avoid duplication. An
> api to let apps control what they need would probably not be too
> complicated ether.
> So, Yes... Where can I find the code and data?
> I would also want to find a list of the most used English words... To
> add directly in the keyboard layout. It is better for short words then
> completion, and the most used words is often short. As positions in the
> keyboard layout have to be memorized to work fast it will work for far
> less words. So completion is a nice complement.
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