Welcome to the Smart Common Input Method (SCIM) platform project, which provides not only a user friendly, full featured input method user interface for POSIX-style operating systems (including Linux, FreeBSD and other Unix), but also a development platform to make input method development easier.
Currently the SCIM project has a wide range of input methods (some may need other libraries), covering more than 30 languages, including (Simplified/Traditional) Chinese, Japanese, Korean and many European languages. Composing/Dead key support is also one of the built-in features. In addition, several projects have been established to design IMEngines for SCIM and others supply their own SCIM plugins.
It's a new stable release.
scim-skk-0.5.0 has been released. Skkserv and tab completion is now available.
scim-anthy-0.8.0 has been released. It includes some new features like prediction and reconversion.
An online survey is taking place 10-25 November 2005 to give users a chance to
provide feedback on their experiences using SCIM for input.
A new version of scim-tables has been released.
scim-prime-0.3.0 and skim-scim-prime-0.3.0 has been released.
This latest bug fix version rectified a compile issue with latest qt among other bugs. It is not necessary to upgrade except for distro packagers.
Just as 1.4.1, this version is a minor bug release with some minor enhancement.
This is a bug fix version and it requires scim >= 1.4.2.
Some bugfixes and enhancements were made in this version.