[TxMt] Japanese Input

Robert Deaton false.hopes at gmail.com
Mon Sep 12 11:13:22 UTC 2005

This has been brought up multiple times in the past, and I still think
the only response you'll get it is to switch to UTF-8 or UTF-16. It
makes life easier for everyone.

On 9/12/05, Masaki Yatsu <yatsu at yatsu.info> wrote:
> Hello.
> TextMate is the best text editor I have ever used.
> But I have one problem that I can't input Japanese.
> (I can't live without Japanese...)
> In Japanese, many characters are used. So we have to use
> input-method to convert ascii characters into Japanese
> characters.
> For more information, visit the following.
> http://lists.freedesktop.org/pipermail/uim/2005-July/001195.html
> http://lists.freedesktop.org/pipermail/uim/2005-July/001215.html
> Mac OS X bundles the input-method named Kotoeri.
> When I use Kotoeri in TextMate, typed characters does not appear.
> And when I try to convert words, the candidate window is not
> displayed.
> To use input-method, the text editor must be implemented as
> TSM(Text Service Manager) client.
> http://developer.apple.com/documentation/Carbon/Reference/
> Text_Services_Manager/
> I guess TextMate is not completely implemented as TSM client.
> (Sorry if I was wrong.)
> Is it possible to resolve this problem?
> And the character overlapping problem posted before happens
> also in my environment.
> http://lists.macromates.com/pipermail/textmate/2004-October/000322.html
> Regards.
> ---
> Masaki Yatsu
> yatsu at yatsu.info
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