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From: Sungjin Chun
Subject: Re: GNUSTEP IM?
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 13:48:21 +0900


I'm using XIM method for Korean. (Yes, I'm using Korean) Integration of XIM in GNUstep is not very smooth(I cannot make on-the-spot input work), however, but it is possible to use XIM with GNUstep.

I also think native IM for GNUstep be good.

On Apr 12, 2005, at 01:17 PM, Kory T wrote:

I was just wondering if there was a plan for implementing native input methods for gnustep. I understand that XIM can be used, but a native (obj-c) input method would be even more attractive and feel better integrated. XIM can be pretty messy. I understand there are two major libraries that can be used right now (besides the ones that are no longer developed). IIIMF and UIM would seem the solution for a native gnustep im. GTK and QT already have modules for IIIMF, it would be natural for gnustep to have one as well ;). Has something like this been discussed between the gnustep developers? Or is everyone just satisfied with english ;). I'm assuming there are some non english native developers.

Sungjin Chun, Developer
chunsj at embian dot com

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