On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 16:18:25 +1000
Leon Ho <llch(a)redhat.com> wrote:
The IIIMF server loads Language Engines (LE) dynamically at runtime
requested by clients. In this first round of testing, four LEs are
+ iiimf-le-inpinyin for Simplified Chinese (zh_CN.UTF-8)
+ iiimf-le-xcin for Traditional Chinese (zh_TW.UTF-8)
+ iiimf-le-canna for Japanese (ja_JP.UTF-8)
+ iiimf-le-hangul for Korean (ko_KR.UTF-8)
I tried iiimf out, and it appears that the only way to specify a language
is to set LANG before running an application. Is this really so?
I do not wish to change the current locale. All I want is to input
characters. Old input methods allowed that (e.g. kinput2).
What if I want to enter Korean and Chinese characters simultaneously
into an application?