From: Dom Lachowicz (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jan 07 2003 - 22:17:25 EST
I'm looking at how GtkEntry and GtkTextView operate
now. I'll hopefully have some tangible results
--- Raphael Finkel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Martin and David (and others!)
> > > Can someone point me at the software I need to
> enter Japanese text in
> > > HEAD under Linux? I'm on PPC, so source is
> better than binaries. I've
> > > found some instructions on the web, but they're
> all in Japanese, and my
> > > Japanese isn't that good yet.
> > >
> > The first thing you need to do is to get XIM
> > Unfortunately none of the core AbiWord hackers
> have much experience with
> > this. There was good post by Raphael a few days
> ago explaining his
> > attempts to get things working. I suspect that it
> is not too hard but we
> > need explicit help from XIM users.
> I am in communication with the folks at gtk+; they
> support XIMs, but not the
> way my XIM works. See
> http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=102779 for
> Also, AbiWord needs to tell gtk+ that it has focus.
> Here is some communication
> I have had with Hidetoshi Tajima
> --- inserted communication
> > > Raphael wrote:
> > >2. AbiWord cannot toggle into XIM mode; testtext
> can. Again, a likely bug
> > >in AbiWord.
> > >
> > Toshi answered:
> > Maybe because of a lack of XSetICFocus() call? If
> so, will you please
> > try to put gtk_im_context_focus_in() call when
> AbiWord's window takes
> > input focus?
> Raphael answered:
> gtk_im_context_focus_in() takes a (GtkIMContext *)
> parameter. AbiWord never
> builds any GtkIMContext! Should AbiWord call
> gtk_im_context_simple_new() once
> to generate a GtkIMContext and just reuse that
> GtkIMContext every time it calls
> gtk_im_context_simple_new()? Does AbiWord need to
> gtk_im_context_focus_out() when it loses focus?
> Have you any idea why AbiWord is creating 4
> connections (to XIM_OPEN) instead
> of 1? It is only calling gtk_init() once, so far as
> I can tell. But it is
> creating several widgets.
> --- end of inserted communication
> I haven't gotten an answer yet, but at least he has
> given us a starting point.
> I have never programmed for gtk+; it is all a
> mystery to me. It is quite
> poorly documented, at least for XIM usage.
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