Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 295371
gtkimmodules no longer multilib
Last modified: 2014-03-16 23:08:35 EDT
In Bug #295331 it was noticed that F8 is using XIM instead of scim-bridge as the
default gtkimm. Is this a bug?
Warren, what did you install? :)
Easiest way to get lang/input support for Japanese in F8 say is to groupinstall
japanese-support or install scim-lang-japanese, and then currently to use
im-chooser if your desktop in a non-Asian locale.
I started with an English-only install of F8, then used:
yum groupinstall japanese-support korean-support chinese-support
[warren@newcaprica ~]$ rpm -qa 'scim*'
Not sure if this is related... but...
System menu > Personal > Input Method
"Use SCIM (Legacy)"
Is this normal? Why does it say Legacy?
I'm guessing you're on a multilib box?
and oops scim-bridge-gtk is not multilib anymore in rawhide... :-(
Thanks for reporting this.
> Why does it say Legacy?
Because it fell back to XIM to avoid having broken multilib gtkimm.
Jesse, can we please make scim-bridge-gtk multilib again?
Created attachment 200441 [details]
Warren pointed me at mash and I found this typo.
Bill can you do a build?
Fixed in 0.2.6.