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non port: head/textproc/scim-kmfl-imengine/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 29 May 2011
[ 13:28 wxs ] Original commit 
1.2465 MOVED
1.1068 UPDATING
1.3 textproc/ibus-kmfl/Makefile
1.3 textproc/ibus-kmfl/distinfo
1.2 textproc/ibus-kmfl/pkg-descr
1.2 textproc/ibus-kmfl/pkg-plist
1.6 textproc/kmfl-european-latin/Makefile
1.3 textproc/kmfl-european-latin/distinfo
1.2 textproc/kmfl-european-latin/pkg-descr
1.5 textproc/kmfl-sil-ezra/Makefile

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- Patch SCIM KMFL engine (textproc/scim-kmfl-imengine) to use
  the same neutral keyboard repository as textproc/ibus-kmfl does,
  ${LOCALBASE}/share/kmfl/. This approach is similar to m17n (its
  keyboard databases, devel/m17n-db and textproc/m17n-contrib, are
  shared between textproc/scim-m17n and textproc/ibus-m17n). This
  patch also makes both these KMFL engine ports to read ~/.kmfl/
  instead of SCIM-oriented ~/.scim/kmfl/.
  There is UPDATING text that informs KMFL users about this.

- Patch keyboard ports (7 of them) to install data to the new
  repository, ${LOCALBASE}/share/kmfl/; the keyboard ports were
  SCIM-only and used to install to ${LOCALBASE}/share/scim/kmfl/.

- Adapt descriptions in other KMFL ports (textproc/kmflcomp,
  textproc/libkmfl);

- While we are here, do some additional maintenance.

- Remove the 7 old ports.

- Please see the PR for full details.

PR:             ports/156694
Submitted by:   Nikola Lecic <nikola.lecic@anthesphoria.net> (maintainer)
Tue, 23 Oct 2007
[ 11:38 garga ] Original commit 
1.1192 textproc/Makefile
1.1 textproc/scim-kmfl-imengine/Makefile
1.1 textproc/scim-kmfl-imengine/distinfo
1.1 textproc/scim-kmfl-imengine/files/pkg-message.in
1.1 textproc/scim-kmfl-imengine/pkg-descr
1.1 textproc/scim-kmfl-imengine/pkg-plist
KMFL aims to bring Tavultesoft Keyman functionality to *nix operating
systems. KMFL is being jointly developed by SIL International
(http://www.sil.org) and Tavultesoft (http://www.tavultesoft.com).

SCIM KMFL IMEngine allows you to use KMN keyboards (compiled with
textproc/kmflcomp) through standard SCIM interface.

The powerful KMN keyboard language supports contextual deadkeys,
pre- and post-processing of keystrokes, rules grouping, 'storing'
of character classes for use in similar rules, custom and Unicode
character constants, SIL Ethnologue language codes, etc.

Official Tavultesoft repository contains keyboards that cover more
than 220 languages. Significant number of them are open source.
Ported keyboards are textproc/scim-kmfl-*.

WWW: http://kmfl.sourceforge.net/

PR:             ports/117170
Submitted by:   Nikola Lecic <nikola.lecic at anthesphoria.net>

Number of commits found: 2

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