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HIME(1) 						    hime input method platform							   HIME(1)

hime - an input method server SYNOPSIS
hime [-h|-v|--version] DESCRIPTION
hime is an input method(IM) server, which focused mainly on Traditional Chinese. It is also very useful for Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and many other languages. IM table format of hime is almost as same as those of scim and xcin. Users may append their IMs to hime very eas- ily. If you are looking for configuration tool of hime, please see the manpage of hime-setup. OPTIONS
-h, -v, --version Show version of hime. FILES
/usr/share/hime/table/gtab.list Input methods available for hime. You may copy it to $HOME/.config/hime/ and edit it as you like. If you have no $HOME/.con- fig/hime/gtab.list, /usr/share/hime/table/gtab.list will be used. /usr/share/hime/script/utf8-edit A file helps hime finding text editors when needed. You may add any UTF-8 compatible text editor to it. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
LC_CTYPE For bash: export LC_CTYPE=zh_TW.UTF-8 For csh: setenv LC_CTYPE zh_TW.UTF-8 XMODIFIERS For bash: export XMODIFIERS=@im=hime For csh: setenv XMODIFIERS @im=hime GTK_IM_MODULE For bash: export GTK_IM_MODULE=hime For csh: setenv GTK_IM_MODULE hime QT_IM_MODULE For bash: export QT_IM_MODULE=hime For csh: setenv QT_IM_MODULE hime HIME_CONNECT_MSG_ON Display messages for socket connections. HIME_DBG_TMP Display additional debug messages. HIME_ERR_COREDUMP Option for debugging. HIME_IM_CLIENT_NO_AUTO_EXEC Disable auto-evoke in hime protocol. HIME_OUTPUT_FILTER Assign output filter to process data before the IM server send them to clients. HIME_TABLE_DIR Assign directory for IM tables other then /usr/share/hime/table. SEE ALSO
hime-setup(1), cin2gtab(1), hime-phoa2d(1), hime-juyin-learn(1), hime-message(1) AUTHORS
Edward Der-Hua Liu Wrote hime and associated tools. Friend of Chanjei IM, Malaysia <> Author of original Chanjei IM version 5 table. Dayi Co., Ltd. <> Author of Dayi IM. HIME 0.8 2 FEB 2008 HIME(1)

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scim -- smart common input method SYNOPSIS
scim -l scim [-c config] [-e|-ne engine] [-f frontend] [--no-socket] [-d] scim -h DESCRIPTION
Smart common input method (SCIM) is a platform for input methods. Input methods are useful for users who need to input characters that can't be represented by the keys or key combinations on the keyboard, and it's essential for languages that use ideograms, such as Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK), as their alphabets contain hundreds or thousands of characters. This is the main program of SCIM platform. It can be used to invoke the input method as well as list available input method modules. OPTIONS
Most options have both a short version and a long version, and they take the same arguments. -c | --config module Use specified Config module. -d | --daemon Run as a daemon. The program will exit and leave a daemon in the background if invoked with this option. -e | --engines module[,module]... Use specified IMEngine modules. Only the named module(s) will be loaded, separate module names with comma. -ne | --no-engines module[,module]... Use all IMEngine modules except specified ones. All modules except the named one(s) will be loaded, separate module names with comma. -f | --frontend module Use specified FrontEnd module. -h | --help Show summary of options. -l | --list Print the version number and list all the available modules, categorized in three groups -- FrontEnd, Config and IMEngine. --no-socket Do not start a socket FrondEnd module. ENVIRONMENT
XMODIFIERS Should be set to "@im=SCIM". Note that XMODIFIERS is case sensitive, and scim need uppercase. If you set it to lowercase, there will be no error message but scim won't work. GTK_IM_MODULE GTK+ applications can use many different modules to connect with input methods, and SCIM can work in two different modes to provide input methods to GTK+ with two different modules. One is XIM mode, using the "xim" GTK IM module from GTK+ itself. The other is GTK IM mode, using the "scim" GTK IM module provided by SCIM platform. The environment variable GTK_IM_MODULE is used by GTK+ to specify which GTK IM module the application should use, to use SCIM's two modes, set GTK_IM_MODULE to "xim" or "scim" accordingly. EXAMPLES
To use scim in XIM mode, execute the following commands in an X terminal (assuming Bourne style shell): XMODIFIERS="@im=SCIM" export XMODIFIERS GTK_IM_MODULE="xim" export GTK_IM_MODULE scim -d <program> Now you can press Ctrl-space to activate scim in the program you just started from X terminal. To avoid the inconvenience of having to start the program from X terminal, make sure you set XMODIFIERS and GTK_IM_MODULE before starting your X session. To use scim in GTK IM mode, just start any GTK+ application, then right click in the application, choose "Input Methods -> SCIM Input Method" in the pop-up menu, and scim should automatically start. Alternatively, you can use the following commands to set scim as the default GTK IM module (again assuming Bourne style shell): GTK_IM_MODULE="scim" export GTK_IM_MODULE <gtk-program> Here scim will also automatically start when you start your GTK+ program. However, it's still a good idea to start scim explicitly even if you use GTK IM mode, because if only one application is using GTK IM mode, scim will automatically stop when you quit this application. Then when you start a new application, scim will start again, this can cause quite long delay for application start and quit, giving people the impression of "everything slows down when using scim". The following command starts scim in daemon mode, using the simple configure module, Pinyin IM engine module, X11 frontend module: scim -c simple -e pinyin -f x11 --no-socket -d FILES
/etc/scim/global, /etc/scim/config Configuration file for system wide settings ~/.scim/global, ~/.scim/config User specific settings SEE ALSO
There is a brief English README giving some introduction and tips about SCIM, in Debian system it's installed in /usr/share/doc/scim/ and gzipped. Debian users should also read the NEWS.Debian and README.Debian files in /usr/share/doc/scim/. There are also other README files in the same directory about using SCIM on a Debian system. AUTHOR
SCIM platform is written by James Su and many other contributors. This manual page is written by Osamu Aoki and Ming Hua for the Debian system, but hopefully it's also useful for other users. This docu- ment is distributed under the same license as the scim software package. scim: 1.4.4 January 2006 scim(1)
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