readpymb

ReadPYMB Installation On A Debian, Ubuntu, Arch, Kali, Fedora And Raspbian

ReadPYMB Installation On A Debian, Ubuntu, Arch, Kali, Fedora And Raspbian

readPYMB

Flexible Input Method Framework – various tools

Maintainer: Debian Input Method Team



Section: utils

Install readPYMB

  • Debian apt-get install fcitx-tools Click to copy
  • Ubuntu apt-get install fcitx-tools Click to copy
  • Arch Linux pacman -S fcitx Click to copy
  • Kali Linux apt-get install fcitx-tools Click to copy
  • Fedora dnf install fcitx Click to copy
  • Raspbian apt-get install fcitx-tools Click to copy

fcitx-tools

Flexible Input Method Framework - various tools

Fcitx is a input method framework with extension support, which provides an interface for entering characters of different scripts in applications using a variety of mapping systems. It offers a pleasant and modern experience, with intuitive graphical configuration tools and customizable skins and mapping tables. It is highly modularized and extensible, with GTK+ 2/3 and Qt4 IM Modules, support for UIs based on Fbterm, pure Xlib, GTK+, or KDE, and a developer-friendly API. This package provides the following tools: * createPYMB: create a Pinyin data file (.mb) * mb2org: convert a .mb data file to .org file * mb2txt: convert a .mb data file to text file * readPYBase: read Pinyin base file * readPYMB: read Pinyin data file (.mb) * scel2org: convert scel data file (Sougou) to .org file * txt2mb: convert text file to .mb data file

fcitx

Flexible Input Method Framework

Fcitx is a input method framework with extension support, which provides an interface for entering characters of different scripts in applications using a variety of mapping systems. It offers a pleasant and modern experience, with intuitive graphical configuration tools and customizable skins and mapping tables. It is highly modularized and extensible, with GTK+ 2/3 and Qt4 IM Modules, support for UIs based on Fbterm, pure Xlib, GTK+, or KDE, and a developer-friendly API. This metapackage pulls in a set of components recommended for most desktop users.

Installation of latest readPYMB command is available for Debian, Ubuntu, Arch, Kali, Fedora and Raspbian. You can copy the command for your OS from above and paste it into your terminal. Once you run the command it will download the 2022 latest package from the repository and install it in your computer/server.