Trying to Port Fitx(chinese input method) for NeoI
dennis.yxun at gmail.com
Sun Aug 3 03:50:25 CEST 2008
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I've not found any scim recipe file in OE's repository or OM's.
if you can point me any resource, would be great.
is there any written .bb files? or i should start from sratch
And, i'm considering about Pinyin, so won't be big problem
with "key stroke".
I'm talking about fitx, but you say fcitx ~@_@~
Since fitx original design for Mac, written in object-C, depend
on Gnustep, and base on scim , scim-python? so, require extra work
I didn't investigate too much, so something would be wrong,
Another chinese input method for iphone,
iCosta (http://iphone.freecoder.org/iCosta.html), pretty cool,
but unfortunately it's just free ware, no code available.
Jim Huang wrote:
> 2008/8/2 Dennis. Yxun <dennis.yxun at gmail.com>:
>> HI Feng:
>> Hey, I'm trying to find a chinese input method for Noe Freerunner which
>> is a linux based mobile phone. It's an open platform and gain lots
>> (refer www.openmoko.org for more information).
>> Seems that Fitx is quite fit for me.
> The software stack behind ASU adapts X Window System, and it allows
> X11 if configurations in libX11 are sufficient such as XLC and XIM
> The most difficult problem might be the user interface connecting to
> the abstraction of key stroke for the sake of lacking of physical
> keyboard on Neo.
> Technically speaking, I don't see other issues related to Fcitx
> running on Neo. I tried with SCIM (+ zh_TW) last year, and it worked
> Best Regards,
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