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IBUS(1) 				  User Commands 				  IBUS(1)

NAME
       ibus - command line utility for ibus

SYNOPSIS
       ibus COMMAND [OPTION]...

DESCRIPTION
       IBus  is  an  Intelligent Input Bus. It is a new input framework for Linux OS. It provides
       full featured and user friendly input method user interface.  It also may help  developers
       to develop input method easily.

       ibus  is a command line utility which can restart or exit ibus-daemon, get or set the cur-
       rent ibus engine or list the ibus engines.

       Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/ibus/

COMMAND
       help   Show the commands list.

       engine [ENGINE_NAME]
	      Show the curent ibus engine when ENGINE_NAME is not given. Set ENGINE_NAME  to  the
	      current ibus engine.

       exit   Exit ibus-daemon.

       list-engine
	      Show ibus engines list.

       restart
	      Restart ibus-daemon.

       version
	      Show the ibus version.

       read-cache [--system|--file=FILE]
	      Show  the  content  of  the user registry cache if --system is not given.  Show the
	      content of the system registry cache if --system is given.  Show the content of the
	      custom registry cache FILE if --file=FILE is given.

       write-cache [--system|--file=FILE]
	      Save  the  user  registry cache if --system is not given.  Save the system registry
	      cache if --system is given.  Save the custom registry cache FILE if --file=FILE  is
	      given.   IBUS_COMPONENT_PATH  environment valuable is also available for the custom
	      component directories, whose delimiter is ':'.

       watch  Under construction.

       BUGS   If you find a bug, please report it at http://code.google.com/p/ibus/issues/list.

1.5.3					     May 2013					  IBUS(1)
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