IBus is an Intelligent Input Bus. It is a new input framework for Linux OS. It provides a full featured and user friendly input method user interface.
This package is known to build and work properly using an LFS-8.0 platform.
Download MD5 sum: debfafff1823952b69b248462f7a89a5
Download size: 2.1 MB
Estimated disk space required: 57 MB (with tests)
Estimated build time: 0.6 SBU (with tests)
D-Bus Python-1.2.4 and PyGObject-3.22.0 (both to build the Python support library), GTK-Doc-1.25, Python-3.6.0, PyXDG-0.25 (for the ibus-setup), and libxkbcommon-0.7.1, Wayland-1.12.0 (both to build the Wayland support programs), and EmojiOne
User Notes: http://wiki.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/wiki/ibus
Install IBus by running the following commands:
./configure --prefix=/usr \ --sysconfdir=/etc \ --disable-emoji-dict && make && sed -ri 's:"(/desktop):"/org/freedesktop\1:' data/ibus.schemas
To test the results, issue: make -k check. Some tests may fail for unknown reasons.
Now, as the
sed -ri ... data/ibus.schemas: This sed fixes deprecated entries in the gsettings schema templates installed by this package.
switch disables the use of emoticon dictionaries. Omit if you
installed the optional EmojiOne package.
--disable-gtk2: This switch disables
building the GTK+ 2 immodule. Use
it if you have not installed GTK+
--enable-python-library: This switch
enables building the Python
support library. Use it if have installed the optional
--enable-wayland: This switch enables
building the Wayland support
programs. Use it if you have installed the optional dependencies.
--with-python=python3: This switch
makes the configure
script look for Python 3. Use it
if you want to build the Python 3
support library alongside the Python
--enable-gtk-doc: Use this parameter if
GTK-Doc is installed and you wish
to rebuild and install the API documentation.
Last updated on 2017-02-20 17:27:17 -0600