Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 167388
iiimf-le-xcin causes "status has not been enabled yet" in system log
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:12 EST
Description of problem:
After activated the input method, it may produce repeating messages in system
log /var/log/messages. It has been reported under bug RH#135284 (htt/iiimd).
There are two form of messages:
The first generated when switching between applications:
Sep 2 16:22:08 descent iiimd: status has not been enabled yet. (1, 1)
Sep 2 16:22:41 descent last message repeated 8 times
The second generated when in preedit:
Sep 2 14:14:58 descent iiimd: preedit has not been enabled yet. (1, 1)
Sep 2 14:15:28 descent last message repeated 57 times
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Activate iiimf-le-xcin
2. Randomly type some character (preedit) for Changjie input method
3. Notes the system log, it should popup lots of 'preedit has not been enabled
yet. (1, 1)' messages
4. Try switch between apps when input method is open
5. Notes the system log, it should popup lots of 'status has not been enabled
yet. (1, 1)' messages
The system log was flooded with useless messages.
No noise in syslog
Created attachment 118489 [details]
fix conversion_on() and status_draw() in src/le_proc.c
It's seems that it should be iml_make_preedit_start_inst() instead of
iml_make_preedit_done_inst() in conversion_on().
Also it should call iml_make_status_done_inst() after status_draw in
So far it isn't has any problem after applying my own patch.
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