Input Method Development
dda at sungnyemun.org
Sat Feb 9 08:17:52 CET 2008
I dunno about Byeoru [벼루, I suppose, the flat stone used to make ink
from dried China ink and water, used in calligraphy, I suppose], but
the others are common, I think I mentioned them before.
2-beol is the most common hangul layout over qwerty. 3-beol is another
one, which I have never seen in use in 20+ years spent studying
Korean. Hangul-Romaja is a generic name for inputing Korean in
transliteration -- say hangug for Korea. There's a couple of them, but
again, I have never seen them in use in Korea.
On Feb 9, 2008 2:15 AM, Jeremiah Flerchinger
<jeremiah.flerchinger at gmail.com> wrote:
> this uim has an embedded scheme interpreter... I don't like that too much
> for an embedded device...
> hmm, I have no idea: is it big, slow?
> It's apparently used on Linux Zaurus.
> We could adapt the openmoko soft keyboard to interface with uim, and if the
> API is well designed, the IM module could be changed...
> I'm not sure adapting to a soft keyboard would be required. It may seize
> key presses & emit appropriate utf-8 key values. Try installing it on your
> desktop & trying it with a few soft keyboards.
> could someone update me on the differences between these kr input methods
> described in the doc?
> Hangul (2-beol)
> Hangul (3-beol)
> Hangul (Romaja) I have no clue. Were you intending this for the mailing
> list? I'm assuming so, but only saw this addressed to myself.
> Yeah, I know the patents problem with T9. But what about this one?
> What one? uim is open-source, so there aren't patent issues (if that's your
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