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Re: Request for review: Scim-pinyin



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> I think this is the 智能拼音, right?

Yes it is.
Btw, how could you read this?
I know the meaning from Chinese characters (they are also used in Japan),
but I can't imagine how you pronunce it.


> 2.
How about scim-chewing?
I can't read Chinese but it seems like to be a input-method for
Traditional Chinese.
Please visit here and tell me if you like it:
http://chewing.csie.net/

And I've heard that there is scim-ccinput.
But I'm not sure if it is really a Chinese input-method. :-(


> 1.
I think such a feature is not yet available.
I'll send this mail to scim-list too.


Regards,
Ryo


Jeff Pitman wrote:

>On Friday 24 June 2005 19:31, Ryo Dairiki wrote:
>  
>
>>I would be glad if a Chinese speaker (writer?) reviewed this package.
>>Honestly speaking, I don't use Chinse...
>>    
>>
>
>I think this is the 智能拼音, right?
>
>I have no official capacity here, but I can review from a user 
>perspective.  I download the spec and the sources and built the RPM for 
>FC-3.  No problems.  Spec looks clean too.
>
>Package works, too.  The above four characters were written by this 
>software.
>
>Just some questions that may relate to packaging:
>
>1. Is there a way to default to Traditional Chinese when my 
>LC_CTYPE=zh_TW.UTF-8 when using pinyin?
>
>2. Are there better pinyin phrase tables for Traditional Chinese with 
>Taiwan in mind?  Simplified completes better because there are more 
>phrase matches, etc.  Could these be packaged in with this?
>
>thanks,
>
>  
>


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