pyim-el 5.3.4-1 source package in Ubuntu


pyim-el (5.3.4-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 5.3.4
  * d/control: Declare Standards-Version 4.7.0 (no changes needed)
  * d/copyright: Bump copyright years

 -- Lev Lamberov <email address hidden>  Tue, 04 Jun 2024 14:07:14 +0500

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pyim-el_5.3.4.orig.tar.gz 233.6 KiB 374c70fbccf13cc715b336323be84431630509c3c8545f334a8e9926d5d05b6a
pyim-el_5.3.4-1.debian.tar.xz 4.6 KiB 2938cfb256f9eda77c6df3590f4a2b8ff152ec5751b0a8ca3e30c7efdafec475

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elpa-pyim: Chinese input method support quanpin, shuangpin, wubi, cangjie and rime

 pyim is a Chinese input method in the Emacs environment. The code of
 pyim is derived from Emacs-eim, which development stopped after 2008.
 Although the external input method is powerful, it can't cooperate
 with Emacs tacitly, which greatly damages the feeling of Emacs.
  - pyim supports Quanpin, Shuangpin, Wubi and Cangjie, among which
 Quanpin is the best;
  - pyim optimizes the input method by adding thesaurus;
  - pyim uses the text lexicon format, which is convenient for
  - pyim can be used as the front end for rime.