Comment 4 for bug 581753

On 05/17/2010 04:36 PM, Jesse wrote:
> @arnegoetje You are correct in the name per se.
> But the two .mim files serve different purposes when one looks closer: zh-bopomofo.mim defines a very simple "keyboard" style input method for Zhuyin/Bopomofo *symbols*, while zh-zhuyin.mim defines a mapping from Zhuyin/Bopomofo (with tones) to individual Chinese characters.
> Chewing is optimized for phrasal input instead of Bopomofo symbols, and so zh-bopomofo.mim arguably still deserves its existence for this niche.
> Thanks for the attention :)

Ah, thanks for the clarification. Yes, in that case zh-bopomofo is
useful. Do you happen to know if the quality of zh-zhuyin.mim is up to
par with the table in ibus-table-zhuyin?