Re: TIM - A Table-base Input Method Module

On Sunday 21 July 2002 06:03 am, Daniel Yacob wrote:
> many months later...
> > Now I just finished such a IM module which you can find it at
> >
> >
> >
> > I call it TIM (Table-based Input Method).  I haven't released a
> > package yet, but it is in the CVS.
> I do like this idea, if I were to give a wish list of features I'd
> like to see in an IM description file I'd no doubt end up
> describing what Keyman uses.  Perhaps because it is what I'm most
> familiar with but it also some nice expressive syntax.
> It has occured to me before that it would be nice to be able to
> import keyman .kmn files directly.  Has an XML definition for IMs
> ever been developed?  It would *really* be nice to have some kind
> of universal vendor independent, IM definition, like unicode is to
> charsets.

Apple OS X uses XML for keyboard definitions. I don't know about IMs 
for CJKV. A converter between xmodmap, .tit, .kmn, XML and any others 
would be extremely useful.

> Could TIM be taken in this direction?  Towards a XIM?  I'd be happy
> to participate in defining an XML schema for it.  Anyone
> interested?
> cheers,
> /Daniel
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