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I see FC5 is moving to SCIM as the default input method, and I'd love to
give it a go. However we seem to be missing the Japanese tables ( I
recall seeing a "ja" and a "japanese" a couple of weeks back?).

Are these coming back or should I be doing it another way?


On Fri, 2006-02-03 at 13:19 +0900, Jens Petersen wrote:
> On Thu, 02 Feb 2006 23:52:02 +0100
> Tomasz Kłoczko <kloczek zie pg gda pl> wrote:
> > So why m17n-db not supports *only* that scim-tables not supported
> > languages ?
> Well in the ideal world yes, and I think will be the tendency in the
> long run: when I've finished porting the Indian tables in scim-tables
> to m17n-db, I think they can be removed from scim-tables: certainly I
> plan to do that for the Fedora package.
> > Using m17n-lib without m17n-db do not have sense so packaging this in
> > separated binary package also (IMO) do not have sense.
> Well it makes sense from the point of view of updates: it makes it
> possible to add some input maps to m17n-db or update the version
> without forcing people to have to update their m17n-lib packages for no
> reason, and vice versa.  I don't see any advantage in merging the
> packages together.
> Jens

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