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Re: Typing on GuixSD in languages other than English

From: 宋文武
Subject: Re: Typing on GuixSD in languages other than English
Date: Sat, 09 Apr 2016 09:41:08 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.5 (gnu/linux)

Chris Marusich <address@hidden> writes:

> Luis Felipe López Acevedo <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Chris Marusich <address@hidden> writes:
>>> The attached patches add anthy and ibus-anthy.  They build OK.
>>> However,
>>> Japanese input is not yet working for me.  In fact, ibus itself does
>>> not
>>> seem to be working at all.
>>> How can I verify that ibus is working on its own?  I've tried
>>> installing
>>> ibus by itself into my profile.  When I do this, I can run ibus-setup,
>>> and I see a "Japanese" language input option.  This is true even when
>>> anthy and ibus-anthy are not installed, which surprised me. I had
>>> expected to find no Japanese language input options at all in
>>> ibus-setup
>>> when anthy and ibus-anthy are not installed.
>>> In GNOME, there is no ibus menu visible anywhere on my screen, so it is
>>> unclear whether ibus is actually working.  When I open Gedit and press
>>> <Super>+Space, my input method does not seem to change.  According to
>>> ibus-setup, this hotkey should change my input method.  However, it
>>> seems like ibus is just not working at all.
>> FWIW, this is what I do on Debian 8 (with GNOME SHELL):
>> - Install ibus, ibus-anthy (or ibus-mozc).
>> - Restart the system.
>> - Go to *System settings → Region & Language*.
>> - Add *Japanese (Anthy)* in Input method.
> "Japanese (Anthy)" does not show up as an input method.  There are a
> variety of entries (which are present regardless of whether ibus, anthy,
> or ibus-anthy are installed), and none of them mention "Anthy".
The exec path in the anthy.xml is wrong, also we need wrap them with
python-pygobject.  I fixed that and pushed.


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