Chinese text input with Emacs on NanoNote
xiangfu at sharism.cc
Wed Dec 15 03:34:04 EST 2010
very thanks. now I can input Chinese in NanoNote.
really thanks for your work on Emacs.
we have included Emacs in openwrt release 2010-12-14.
On 12/15/2010 04:50 AM, David Kuehling wrote:
> just verified that chinese text input works well with the NanoNote's
> Emacs port. As qi-hardware is located in china (or taiwan?), I thought
> I'd point that out. Here is another screenshot:
> This is how it works:
> - start Emacs inside fbterm
> $ fbterm emacs
> - Activate chinese input method:
> <Esc> x set-input-method <Ret> chinese-py-punct <Ret>
> - Type chinese in pinyin transcription. Matches can be selected with
> Ctrl-f, Ctrl-b (for larger steps use Ctrl-n, Ctrl-b). Typing "qi" I
> can select 气, Typing "ben" I get 本 .
> - Chinese punctuation can be typed with the "v" prefix, i.e "v." gives
> - Toggle chinese input method on/off using Ctrl-Backslash.
> Traditional chinese is available via input method chinese-py-punct-b5 (I
> think). There are a whole lot of other chinese input methods, but I
> don't have any idea how they work. I don't speak any chinese, btw.
> And, btw #2 you need about 15 MB RAM for emacs with enabled chinese
> input, plus another 5 MB for fbterm.
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