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Ibus template and install instructions for tone marked chinese pinyin input
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### File header must not be modified
### This file must be encoded into UTF-8.
### This table under LGPL
### comments start with ### not single #
### Derive from the format of SCIM Table, so you can modify the table from
### scim-tables' table
SCIM_Generic_Table_Phrase_Library_TEXT
VERSION_1_0
### How to install me (assuming ibus and ibus-table are already installed)
### Instructions from: http://www.studymongolian.net/technical/how-to-create-linux-input-method-editor/
### Save me somewhere as zh_pinyin.txt
### Open a terminal and cd to that folder, then:
### $ sudo ibus-table-createdb -n /usr/share/ibus-table/tables/zh_pinyin.db -s zh_pinyin.txt
### If you have an icon:
### $ sudo cp your-icon.svg /usr/share/ibus-table/icons/
### Restart ibus
### $ ibus-daemon -drx
### Open ibus settings:
### $ ibus-setup
### Click the “Input Method” tab and check the “Customize active input methods” box.
### Click the “Select an input method” dropdown list and chose English and then pinyin.
### Then click the “Add” button. Close the dialog. Then open some program that you can write in.
### Click the IBus keyboard icon and you should see your new input method available.
### Click it and the icon should change into the one for your IM.
### You should be able to write in your new IME now.
### Begin Table definition.
BEGIN_DEFINITION
### License
LICENSE = LGPL
### An unique id to distinguish this table among others.
### Use uuidgen to generate this kind of id.
UUID = 3df9d538-9cf1-40b2-80b6-51ce8da09aa6
### A unique number indicates the version of this file.
### For example the last modified date of this file.
### This number must be less than 2^32.
### Just make your table version-able
SERIAL_NUMBER = 20150830
### ICON can be any format as long as your pygtk can recognized
### the most widely ones are "png" and "svg", letter one is recommended
ICON = zh_pinyin.svg
### The default name of this table, this is needed
NAME = zh_pinyin
### The local names of this table, this is optional
### NAME.zh_CN = 形码
### NAME.zh_HK = 形碼
### NAME.zh_TW = 形碼
### Description
DESCRIPTION = For entering pinyin with tone marks
### Supported languages of this table
### sigle "zh_CN" just be recognized as zh_CN,
### but "zh_CN, zh_HK" or more zh_XX will be recognized as zh;
### and "en_US, zh_CN" will be just ignored.
LANGUAGES = en_US
### The author of this table
AUTHOR = fzzylogic
### Prompt string to be displayed in the status area, CN will be replaced by
### the gettext tools in runtime as 中.
STATUS_PROMPT = PY
### Valid input chars.
VALID_INPUT_CHARS = abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ1234567890
### Layout
LAYOUT = us
### The max number of input keys for every phrase or character.
MAX_KEY_LENGTH = 5
### Use auto_commit mode as default
### This means the symbol is outputted immediately
AUTO_COMMIT = TRUE
### Automatically selects the first phrase when typing
AUTO_SELECT = TRUE
### Use full width punctuation by default
DEF_FULL_WIDTH_PUNCT = FALSE
### Not use full width letter by default
DEF_FULL_WIDTH_LETTER = FALSE
### Whether user are allow to define phrase, default is true
### You have to define the word construction rules below.
### For input methods which do not input phrases, set this to False
USER_CAN_DEFINE_PHRASE = TRUE
### Whether support PinYin Mode, default is true.
### this feature is just for Chinese, set it to False if your IM is not
### Chinese.
PINYIN_MODE = FALSE
### If true then the phrases' frequencies will be adjusted dynamically
### according your using frequency.
DYNAMIC_ADJUST = FALSE
### Some characters whose frequencies should be fix all the time, e.g.
### some punctuations
### NO_CHECK_CHARS =
### Rules for constructing user defined phrase
### "ce" stands for "ci equal", a Chinese English :), means "phrase length
### equal to", thus ce2 -> phrase length equal to 2; and "ca" means "phrase
### length equal or above", so ca4 -> phrase length equal or above 4.
### p21 -> the 1st key of 2nd character in the phrase, and so on.
### Each rule separate via ";".
### Example below is a complete rule-set,
### becuase [2,2] ∩ [3,3] ∩ [4,+∞] = [2,+∞], which is the range of length
### of phrase. This have to be satisfied if you need ibus-table to build up
### your own inputed phrase via your daily using.
### RULES = ce2:p11+p12+p21+p22;ce3:p11+p21+p22+p31;ca4:p11+p21+p31+p41
### The key strokes to page up the lookup table.
### PAGE_UP_KEYS = Page_Up,KP_Page_Up,minus,comma
### The key strokes to page down.
### PAGE_DOWN_KEYS = Page_Down,KP_Page_Down,equal,period
END_DEFINITION
### Begin Table data.
### Format of every line whose formated in "input_keys\tphrase\tfreq\n" is an
### entry.
### From left to right, the 1st column are the input key combination that you
### entered via keyboard; the 2nd column are presented character or phrase of
### the key combination you want; the 3rd column are frequency of the character
### or phrase.
BEGIN_TABLE
ang5 ang 2
ang1 āng 1
ang2 áng 1
ang3 ǎng 1
ang4 àng 1
eng5 eng 2
eng1 ēng 1
eng2 éng 1
eng3 ěng 1
eng4 èng 1
ing5 ing 2
ing1 īng 1
ing2 íng 1
ing3 ǐng 1
ing4 ìng 1
on5 on 2
ong5 ong 2
ong1 ōng 1
ong2 óng 1
ong3 ǒng 1
ong4 òng 1
va5 va 2
van5 van 2
van1 üān 1
van2 üán 1
van3 üǎn 1
van4 üàn 1
ai5 ai 2
ai1 āi 1
ai2 ái 1
ai3 ǎi 1
ai4 ài 1
an5 an 2
an1 ān 1
an2 án 1
an3 ǎn 1
an4 àn 1
ao5 ao 2
ao1 āo 1
ao2 áo 1
ao3 ǎo 1
ao4 ào 1
ei5 ei 2
ei1 ēi 1
ei2 éi 1
ei3 ěi 1
ei4 èi 1
en5 en 2
en1 ēn 1
en2 én 1
en3 ěn 1
en4 èn 1
er5 er 2
er1 ēr 1
er2 ér 1
er3 ěr 1
er4 èr 1
ia5 ia 2
ia1 iā 1
ia2 iá 1
ia3 iǎ 1
ia4 ià 1
ie5 ie 2
ie1 iē 1
ie2 ié 1
ie3 iě 1
ie4 iè 1
in5 in 2
in1 īn 1
in2 ín 1
in3 ǐn 1
in4 ìn 1
iu5 iu 2
iu1 iū 1
iu2 iú 1
iu3 iǔ 1
iu4 iù 1
ou5 ou 2
ou1 ōu 1
ou2 óu 1
ou3 ǒu 1
ou4 òu 1
ua5 ua 2
ua1 uā 1
ua2 uá 1
ua3 uǎ 1
ua4 uà 1
ui5 ui 2
ui1 uī 1
ui2 uí 1
ui3 uǐ 1
ui4 uì 1
un5 un 2
un1 ūn 1
un2 ún 1
un3 ǔn 1
un4 ùn 1
uo5 uo 2
uo1 uō 1
uo2 uó 1
uo3 uǒ 1
uo4 uò 1
ve5 ve 2
ve1 üē 1
ve2 üé 1
ve3 üě 1
ve4 üè 1
vn5 vn 2
vn1 ǖn 1
vn2 ǘn 1
vn3 ǚn 1
vn4 ǜn 1
a5 a 2
a1 ā 1
a2 á 1
a3 ǎ 1
a4 à 1
e5 e 2
e1 ē 1
e2 é 1
e3 ě 1
e4 è 1
i5 i 2
i1 ī 1
i2 í 1
i3 ǐ 1
i4 ì 1
o5 o 2
o1 ō 1
o2 ó 1
o3 ǒ 1
o4 ò 1
u5 u 2
u1 ū 1
u2 ú 1
u3 ǔ 1
u4 ù 1
v5 v 2
v1 ǖ 1
v2 ǘ 1
v3 ǚ 1
v4 ǜ 1
v5 ü 1
END_TABLE
### Since some input methods use different table for every character to make
### phrase, such as ZhengMa, they need explict define the goucima (the
### phrase-building code for the given character), the format of every entry is
### "character\tgoucima\n".
### For the input method which just use the full code as word-building code
### just skip this field. The ibus-table will build the codes needed from
### above TABLE.
### if you don't need different word-building code, please comment out the
### next few lines with ###, just like these lines you are look at now.
### BEGIN_GOUCI
### character_1 goucima_1
### character_1 goucima_2
### END_GOUCI
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