|Subject:||Re: [RFC] Text Input Management System (5)|
|Date:||Sat, 17 Apr 2004 22:08:49 -1000|
Here I am typing in the romanization, after pressing space, the following possibilities for that romanization popup:
Are you aware of IIIMF?No, I'm not. Thanks.
Since they have serveral modules readily available for many language.Do you know to what extent they are matured/useful? Since I'm not an
expert on natural languages themselves, I by no means evaluate the
usefulness of each module. So I'm not sure whether or not letting
my project rely on it is good.
It would save a lot of time for many people to implement theirCould be... But I'm afraid that it would deprive the end-users of
their time. It looks the end-users have to install IIIMF by themselves
(plus a conversion server if necessary). Can we expect that distros
adopting IIIMF significantly increases in number in the near future? Perhaps, any decision depends on an answer to it.
At present, I think writing a adopter/wrapper class for IIIMF servers
would be helpful to others, though. But the given information is not
enough to convince me of doing it right now. If someone would like to
do it, I definitely welcome it. Do you?
- Kazunobu Kuriyama
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