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Revision [29709]

Edited on 2013-12-09 08:13:54 by darkcity [simply install]
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~[[http://chewing.im/ Chewing.im]] - Intelligent Chinese Phonetic Input Method


Revision [29708]

Edited on 2013-12-09 08:10:53 by darkcity [simply install]
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~Step one, collect the required software package, the follwoing are required:
~~- SCIM - [[http://puppylinuxstuff.meownplanet.net/Scim/scim-1.4.7-i486.pet scim-1.4.7-i486.pet]] or [[http://puppylinuxstuff.meownplanet.net/Scim/scim-1.4.9-i486.pet scim-1.4.9-i486.pet]]
~~- SCIM bridge - [[http://puppylinuxstuff.meownplanet.net/Scim/scim-bridge-0.4.15-i486.pet scim-bridge-0.4.15-i486.pet]] or [[http://puppylinuxstuff.meownplanet.net/Scim/scim-bridge-0.4.16-i486.pet scim-bridge-0.4.16-i486.pet]]
~~- one or more of the tables, modules or IMEngine packages noted below, depending on which languages you will be using.
~~- Where an option has more than one file, e.g. hangul, you need all of them (unless something is marked optional).
~Step two, install the packages in the order given and restart the X server. Scim should be ready to use.
**Note for Puppy 4.2**
~Puppy 4.2 require gtk+-2.12.1-xinput.pet to be installed. If you are going to be compiling programs (i.e. you have devx_420.sfs installed), you will also need the _DEV, _DOC and _NLS versions of this package. All these packages are available from the above two links.
==Notes about individual modules (IMEngines)==
Download required packages at [[http://puppylinuxstuff.meownplanet.net/Scim/ SCIM software packages (meownplanet.net)]].
~All these packages can be installed at the same time if you wish.
==Related Webpages==
~[[http://puppylinuxstuff.meownplanet.net/Scim/ SCIM software packages (meownplanet.net)]]
~[[https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Smart_Common_Input_Method_platform SCIM on Archlinux wiki]]
Deletions:
~Required:
- [[SCIM scim-1.4.7-i486.pet]] (version 1.4.9 is also available)
- [[SCIM scim-bridge-0.4.15-i486.pet]]
- version 0.4.16 is also available
- one or more of the tables or IMEngine packages noted below, depending on which languages you will be using.
- Where an option has more than one file, e.g. hangul, you need all of them (unless something is marked optional).
~Install the packages in the order given and restart the X server. Scim should be ready to use.
~If you are using Puppy 4.2, you need to install gtk+-2.12.1-xinput.pet. If you are going to be compiling programs (i.e. you have devx_420.sfs installed), you will also need the _DEV, _DOC and _NLS versions of this package. All these packages are available from the above two links.
==Notes about individual modules==
All these options can be installed at the same time if you wish.


Revision [29706]

Edited on 2013-12-09 07:48:27 by darkcity [HowToSetUpSCIM]
Additions:
{{include tonguesHowToSetUpSCIM}}


Revision [24318]

Edited on 2012-10-05 11:01:14 by darkcity [~See [[GetScimWorkingAfterInstall Get Scim to Work]
Additions:
~See [[GetScimWorkingAfterInstall Get Scim to Work]], pressing Ctrl and Space brings up SCIM bar (when cursor is activate).
Deletions:
~See [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/GetScimWorkingAfterInstall here]].


Revision [24285]

Edited on 2012-10-04 12:39:45 by darkcity [~See [[GetScimWorkingAfterInstall Get Scim to Work]
Additions:
~Whichever method you use for installing scim, you will need suitable Unicode-capable fonts. See [[fonts font section]] for further details.
Deletions:
~Whichever method you use for installing scim, you will need suitable Unicode-capable fonts. See [[InstallingFonts this section]] for further details.


Revision [24281]

Edited on 2012-10-04 12:28:32 by darkcity [~See [[GetScimWorkingAfterInstall Get Scim to Work]
Additions:
====Installing Scim and Related Packages====
~This article discusses installing [[Scim]] and related packages by using precompiled packages.
---
~Whichever method you use for installing scim, you will need suitable Unicode-capable fonts. See [[InstallingFonts this section]] for further details.
---
~Depending on your language choice, you may also need to set up an [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/KeyboardLayouts alternative keyboard layout]].
~These were mostly compiled on Puppy 2.17 and have been tested in Puppy 3.01 and 4.00. The scim-bridge package contains the scripts needed to set up the configuration files so that the software will work automatically. Usually, it is sufficient to restart the X server; rebooting isn't needed.
==Important==
~Please use packages from one site. Often version compiled differently, and this is likely to mean that they won't work together without editing files by hand.
==Installation==
~Required:
- [[SCIM scim-1.4.7-i486.pet]] (version 1.4.9 is also available)
---
- [[SCIM scim-bridge-0.4.15-i486.pet]]
---
- version 0.4.16 is also available
---
---
- Where an option has more than one file, e.g. hangul, you need all of them (unless something is marked optional).
---
~Install the packages in the order given and restart the X server. Scim should be ready to use.
---
~If you are using Puppy 4.2, you need to install gtk+-2.12.1-xinput.pet. If you are going to be compiling programs (i.e. you have devx_420.sfs installed), you will also need the _DEV, _DOC and _NLS versions of this package. All these packages are available from the above two links.
~See [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/GetScimWorkingAfterInstall here]].
==Please Note==
~At the moment, GTK only can be counted on to work. Many QT3 programs will work (with the patched version of QT3) and most QT4 programs.
~Fortunately, most of the pre-installed Puppy applications will work with Scim-GTK.
~[[MakeScimWorkWithJavaAndTerminal Scim support for Java programs and some terminals]] is now available.
~**If you need further help** post a message [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=27967 here]].
==Also on the Wiki==
~[[SCIM]]
CategoryTutorial
Deletions:
======{{color text="Installing Scim and Related Packages" c="black"}}======
This article discusses installing Scim and related packages by using precompiled packages.
Whichever method you use for installing scim, you will need suitable Unicode-capable fonts. See [[InstallingFonts this section]] for further details.
Depending on your language choice, you may also need to set up an [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/KeyboardLayouts alternative keyboard layout]].
--------
These were mostly compiled on Puppy 2.17 and have been tested in Puppy 3.01 and 4.00. The scim-bridge package contains the scripts needed to set up the configuration files so that the software will work automatically. Usually, it is sufficient to restart the X server; rebooting isn't needed.
** Important:**
Please download all your packages from the above link. Versions from other websites may have been compiled differently, and this is likely to mean that they won't work unless you edit some configuration files by hand.
You will need:
- scim-1.4.7-i486.pet
- version 1.4.9 is also available
- scim-bridge-0.4.15-i486.pet
- version 0.4.16 is also available

- Where an option has more than one file, e.g. hangul, you need all of them (unless something is marked optional).
Install the packages in the order given and restart the X server. Scim should be ready to use.
If you are using Puppy 4.2, you need to install gtk+-2.12.1-xinput.pet. If you are going to be compiling programs (i.e. you have devx_420.sfs installed), you will also need the _DEV, _DOC and _NLS versions of this package. All these packages are available from the above two links.

See [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/GetScimWorkingAfterInstall here]].

**Please Note:**
At the moment, GTK only can be counted on to work. Many QT3 programs will work (with the patched version of QT3) and most QT4 programs.
Fortunately, most of the pre-installed Puppy applications will work with Scim-GTK.
[[MakeScimWorkWithJavaAndTerminal Scim support for Java programs and some terminals]] is now available.
**If you need further help** post a message [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=27967 here]].
MultiLingualPuppy
CategoryAdditionalSoftware


Revision [19791]

Edited on 2011-12-03 16:50:14 by darkcity [brot]
Additions:
[[HomePage]] >[[ComponentHowTo Components and HowTos]] > [[NativeLanguageSupport Language Support]]


Revision [4489]

Edited on 2009-11-25 18:40:09 by CrustyLobster [brot]
Deletions:
Some scim and scim-bridge files are available here:
http://www.puppylinux.ca/members/Irihapeti
If the above link isn't working, they are also available from http://www.puppylinux.asia/members/Irihapeti
The username is "puppy" and the password is "linux" (without the quotes).


Revision [2633]

Edited on 2009-10-23 07:42:38 by Puppyite [brot]
Deletions:
CategoryDocumentation


Revision [2429]

Edited on 2009-10-21 23:15:33 by Irihapeti [brot]
Additions:
- Scim-pinyin, as the name suggests, is for entering Chinese characters using pinyin. It has a red icon with a Chinese label (智能拼音).
Deletions:
- Scim-pinyin, as the name suggests, is for entering Chinese characters using pinyin. It has a red icon with a Chinese label (智能拼音).


Revision [2428]

Edited on 2009-10-21 23:04:08 by Irihapeti [link to post-install instructions & kbd layouts]
Additions:
Depending on your language choice, you may also need to set up an [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/KeyboardLayouts alternative keyboard layout]].
- version 1.4.9 is also available
- version 0.4.16 is also available
==What to do after installation==
See [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/GetScimWorkingAfterInstall here]].
Deletions:
Depending on your language choice, you may also need to set up an alternative keyboard layout.



Revision [2402]

Edited on 2009-10-21 15:46:16 by Puppyite [link to post-install instructions & kbd layouts]
Additions:
CategoryDocumentation
CategoryMultilingual


Revision [2371]

Edited on 2009-10-20 19:10:53 by Irihapeti [Added reference to m17n-contrib - more languages]
Additions:
- Where an option has more than one file, e.g. hangul, you need all of them (unless something is marked optional).
- The package m17n-contrib is **optional**. Install it only if you need any of the additional input methods.
Deletions:
– Where an option has more than one file, e.g. m17n, you need all of them.


Revision [2360]

Edited on 2009-10-19 22:07:46 by Irihapeti [updated notes about non-GTK programs]
Additions:
At the moment, GTK only can be counted on to work. Many QT3 programs will work (with the patched version of QT3) and most QT4 programs.
[[MakeScimWorkWithJavaAndTerminal Scim support for Java programs and some terminals]] is now available.
Deletions:
At the moment, GTK only can be counted on to work. Work on QT3 and QT4 support is in progress.


Revision [2120]

Edited on 2009-10-12 19:50:22 by Puppyite [updated notes about non-GTK programs]
Additions:
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==Categories==
CategoryAdditionalSoftware


Revision [2119]

Edited on 2009-10-12 19:47:19 by Puppyite [updated notes about non-GTK programs]
Additions:
======{{color text="Installing Scim and Related Packages" c="black"}}======
Deletions:
======Installing Scim and Related Packages======


Revision [1930]

Edited on 2009-10-07 13:31:16 by Irihapeti [Added brief note about Chewing & Hangul]
Additions:
- Scim-hangul is for Korean input.
- Scim-chewing is for inputting Traditional Chinese characters.


Revision [567]

Edited on 2009-08-21 03:35:42 by Irihapeti [added note about scim-anthy]
Additions:
- If you are installing it in Puppy 4, you will also need to install gconv4dingo.pet.
- If you are installing it in Puppy 4, you will also need to install gconv4dingo.pet.
Deletions:
- If you are installing it in Puppy 4.00, you will also need to install gconv4dingo.pet.
- If you are installing it in Puppy 4.00, you will also need to install gconv4dingo.pet.


Revision [566]

Edited on 2009-08-21 03:25:07 by Irihapeti [added note about scim-anthy]
Additions:
- If you are installing it in Puppy 4.00, you will also need to install gconv4dingo.pet.
- Scim-canna has a logo that looks like light-blue capital letter "C" in old-fashioned type. It is another option for typing in Japanese.
- If you are installing it in Puppy 4.00, you will also need to install gconv4dingo.pet.
Deletions:
- Scim-canna has a logo that looks like light-blue capital letter "C" in old-fashioned type. It is another option for typing in Japanese. If you are installing it in Puppy 4.00, you will also need to install gconv4dingo.pet.


Revision [563]

Edited on 2009-08-19 17:37:16 by Irihapeti [added link to scim thread on forum]
Additions:
**If you need further help** post a message [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=27967 here]].


Revision [492]

Edited on 2009-08-15 22:35:20 by Irihapeti [fixed link]
Additions:
Whichever method you use for installing scim, you will need suitable Unicode-capable fonts. See [[InstallingFonts this section]] for further details.
Deletions:
Whichever method you use for installing scim, you will need suitable Unicode-capable fonts. See this section for further details.


Revision [474]

Edited on 2009-08-14 17:50:12 by Irihapeti [fixed link]
Additions:
MultiLingualPuppy


Revision [459]

Edited on 2009-08-13 04:36:05 by Irihapeti [fixed link]
Additions:
- Scim-pinyin, as the name suggests, is for entering Chinese characters using pinyin. It has a red icon with a Chinese label (智能拼音).
Deletions:
- Scim-pinyin, as the name suggests, is for entering Chinese characters using pinyin. It has a red icon with a Chinese label.


Revision [458]

Edited on 2009-08-13 04:31:54 by Irihapeti [fixed link]
Deletions:
CategoryMultiLingualPuppy


Revision [457]

Edited on 2009-08-13 04:31:22 by Irihapeti [fixed link]
Additions:
CategoryMultiLingualPuppy


Revision [456]

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