inputmethod/kimera - The NetBSD Packages Collection

Kanji Input MEthod for RAgamuffins

Kimera is an input method (XIM) for the X Window System utilizing
the Qt4 toolkit that provides Japanese language input support. It
provides Kanji conversion via Canna or Anthy, as well as supporting
the ability to assign input styles. We are also considering a
simple key assign selection method like the one used in Windows.

Build dependencies

pkgtools/x11-links x11/xorgproto x11/xcb-proto x11/qt4-tools pkgtools/cwrappers x11/qt4-tools

Runtime dependencies

inputmethod/anthy x11/qt4-libs inputmethod/anthy x11/qt4-libs

Available binary packages

earm:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv6hf:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv6hf:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv6hf:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv6hf:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv7hf:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
earmv7hf:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
earmv7hf:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
earmv7hf:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv7hf:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv7hf:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv7hf:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
earmv7hf:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
i386:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
i386:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
i386:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
i386:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
i386:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
i386:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 8.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb25.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)
x86_64:kimera-2.11nb26.tgz(NetBSD 9.0)

Binary packages can be installed with pkgin or pkg_add(1). The NetBSD packages collection is also designed to permit easy installation from source.

Available build options

(none)

Known vulnerabilities

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