[Uim] scim-uim and scim-m17n.

James Su suzhe at tsinghua.org.cn
Wed Jun 16 05:03:38 EEST 2004

  -e is equal to -s and -ne is equal to -ns. I just changed -s, -ns to 
-e and -ne. Because in old SCIM, the input method was called Server, I 
changed it to IMEngine to prevent from confusing with SocketServer class.
  If you specify -e uim,m17n but there is no uim and m17n IMEngine 
module, SCIM will refuse to work.
  You may use scim --help to get a simple help about the command line 

James Su

David Oftedal wrote:

> Hey by the way, I was wondering if someone could provide me with a 
> little more help on initializing uim-scim?
> My .xinitrc currently has these to command lines:
> scim -f socket -ns socket -d &
> scim -f x11 -s socket -c socket -d &
> But the first e-mail from James listed these three:
>> $ scim -f socket -e uim,m17n -c simple -d
>> $ scim -f x11 -e socket -c socket -d
>> $ export XMODIFIERS=@im=SCIM
> It's the first two I'm wondering about. The first one uses -e and -c 
> instead of -ns, and the second one uses -e instead of -s. What do 
> these parameters do, and will SCIM still work with the -e uim,m17n 
> option even without m17n and uim being installed?
> -David
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