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Re: recommended Chinese input methods in emacs?

From: William Xuuu
Subject: Re: recommended Chinese input methods in emacs?
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 17:36:24 -0000
User-agent: Gnus/5.1006 (Gnus v5.10.6) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)

Benjamin Rutt <address@hidden> writes:

> The version of GNU Emacs I'm running comes with the following chinese
> input methods:
> chinese-4corner        chinese-array30
> chinese-b5-quick       chinese-b5-tsangchi
> chinese-ccdospy        chinese-cns-quick
> chinese-cns-tsangchi   chinese-ctlau
> chinese-ctlaub         chinese-ecdict
> chinese-etzy           chinese-punct
> chinese-punct-b5       chinese-py
> chinese-py-b5          chinese-py-punct
> chinese-py-punct-b5    chinese-qj
> chinese-qj-b5          chinese-sw
> chinese-tonepy         chinese-tonepy-punct
> chinese-ziranma        chinese-zozy
> Can someone recommend one or two of these input methods as being
> either the easiest one to learn and/or the one that leads to the
> highest productivity in the long run, for a native Chinese speaker?
> Thanks,

I recommend using an external program such as zhcon or fcitx(if your os is
linux). But you may also try the built-in input methods yourself, among which
the chinese-py may be the easiest.

William Xuuu
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