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uim-xim(1)																uim-xim(1)

NAME
uim-xim - XIM interface to uim SYNOPSIS
uim-xim [options] DESCRIPTION
uim-xim is a XIM interface to UIM that allows programs that can only interface with XIM input methods to work with UIM. OPTIONS
--help Show usage --version Show version --list List available backend conversion engines --engine=ENGINE Use ENGINE as a backend conversion engine at startup --async Use on-demand-synchronous method of XIM event flow (using this option is not safe for Tcl/Tk GUI toolkit) --trace Trace connections --trace-xim Trace XIM messages AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Wesley J. Landaker <wjl@icecavern.net>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). March 19, 2005 uim-xim(1)

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NAME
Input_Method_(GUI) - Input method support on window systems. Data Structures struct MInputGUIArgIC Type of the argument to the function minput_create_ic(). struct MInputXIMArgIM Structure pointed to by the argument arg of the function minput_open_im(). struct MInputXIMArgIC Structure pointed to by the argument arg of the function minput_create_ic(). Functions MSymbol minput_event_to_key (MFrame *frame, void *event) Convert an event to an input key. Variables MInputDriver minput_gui_driver Input driver for internal input methods on window systems. MSymbol Mxim Symbol of the name 'xim'. Detailed Description Input method support on window systems. The input driver minput_gui_driver is provided for internal input methods that is useful on window systems. It displays preedit text and status text at the inputting spot. See the documentation of minput_gui_driver for more details. In the m17n-X library, the foreign input method of name Mxim is provided. It uses XIM (X Input Method) as a background input engine. The symbol Mxim has a property Minput_driver whose value is a pointer to the input driver minput_xim_driver. See the documentation of minput_xim_driver for more details. Data Structure Documentation MInputGUIArgIC FIELD DOCUMENTATION: MFrame* MInputGUIArgIC::frame MDrawWindow MInputGUIArgIC::client MDrawWindow MInputGUIArgIC::focus MInputXIMArgIM FIELD DOCUMENTATION: Display* MInputXIMArgIM::display XrmDatabase MInputXIMArgIM::db char* MInputXIMArgIM::res_class char* MInputXIMArgIM::res_name char* MInputXIMArgIM::locale char* MInputXIMArgIM::modifier_list MInputXIMArgIC FIELD DOCUMENTATION: XIMStyle MInputXIMArgIC::input_style Window MInputXIMArgIC::client_win Window MInputXIMArgIC::focus_win XVaNestedList MInputXIMArgIC::preedit_attrs XVaNestedList MInputXIMArgIC::status_attrs Variable Documentation MInputDriver minput_gui_driver Input driver for internal input methods on window systems. The input driver minput_gui_driver is for internal input methods to be used on window systems. It creates sub-windows for a preedit text and a status text, and displays them at the input spot set by the function minput_set_spot(). The macro M17N_INIT() set the variable minput_driver to the pointer to this driver so that all internal input methods use it. Therefore, unless minput_driver is changed from the default, the driver dependent arguments to the functions whose name begin with minput_ must are treated as follows. The argument arg of the function minput_open_im() is ignored. The argument arg of the function minput_create_ic() must be a pointer to the structure MInputGUIArgIC. See the documentation of MInputGUIArgIC for more details. If the argument key of function minput_filter() is Mnil, the argument arg must be a pointer to the object of type XEvent. In that case, key is generated from arg. The argument arg of the function minput_lookup() must be the same one as that of the function minput_filter(). MSymbol Mxim Symbol of the name 'xim'. The variable Mxim is a symbol of name 'xim'. It is a name of the input method driver minput_xim_driver. Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for The m17n Library from the source code. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2001 Information-technology Promotion Agency (IPA) Copyright (C) 2001-2011 National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl.html>. Version 1.6.2 12 Jan 2011 Input Method (GUI)(3m17n)
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