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# $Id: xim,v 1.28 2004/12/07 11:04:59 mfabian Exp $
# Copyright © 2001 SUSE LINUX GmbH Nuernberg, Germany
# Mike Fabian <mfabian@suse.de>, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
# Werner Fink <werner@suse.de>, 2007
# This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; it may be copied or modified
# under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as published by
# the Free Software Foundation.

# usually, /etc/X11/xim is used to start a default input method.

# If want to change the default, you have the following options:
#    1) Set the variable INPUT_METHOD in /etc/sysconfig/language.
#       For example:
#           INPUT_METHOD="scim"
#       This changes the default for all users
#    2) set and export the variable "INPUT_METHOD" in ~/.profile in the
#       home directory of a user (or ~/.login for csh users) For example:
#           export INPUT_METHOD="scim"
#       This changes the default only for one user.
#    The possible values for the variable INPUT_METHOD are the names
#    of the scripts which exist in the directory /etc/X11/xim.d/
#    for example if a script /etc/X11/xim.d/scim exists,
#    and INPUT_METHOD is set to "scim", this script will be tried first
#    to start an input method and only if this fails other input methods
#    will be tried.
#    3) If you don't like the behaviour of any of the available
#       scripts in /etc/X11/xim.d, you can write your own script
#       containing the necessary lines to start your preferred input
#       method and save it as ~/.xim. If a file ~/.xim exists, only
#       this file is sourced to start an input method and nothing
#       else.
#       Usually you need only a few lines, the systemwide
#       file to start an input method, /etc/X11/xim, is only so
#       complicated because it tries to find a nice default depending
#       on the language and the installed input methods.
#       For example, if you want to use "scim" as your input method,
#       it is enough to have the following 5 lines (and nothing else)
#       in your ~/.xim file:

#       export XMODIFIERS="@im=SCIM"
#       export GTK_IM_MODULE=scim
#       export QT_IM_SWITCHER=imsw-multi
#       export QT_IM_MODULE=scim
#       scim -d 

echo "/etc/X11/xim: Checking whether an input method should be started."

# Get variables from the user environment which might influence the start
# of an input method (see bug #235044, written by Werner Fink <werner@suse.de>):

adduserenv () {
    local cur var=${1+"$@"}
    case "$SHELL" in
	if test -s "$HOME/.profile" ; then
	    eval $((echo . "'$HOME/.profile'"
		    echo "set +u +e"
		    for cur in $var; do
			echo echo \${$cur+"export $cur=\$$cur;"}
		    done) | $SHELL)
	if test -s "$HOME/.login" ; then
	    eval $((echo onintr -
		    echo source "'$HOME/.login'"
		    echo unset verbose
		    for cur in $var; do
			echo if \( \${?$cur} \) echo export $cur=\`printenv $cur\`
		    done) | $SHELL)

# if gdm passes the language to Xsession, we should not override this
# see http://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=440371
# The test for $GDM_LANG needs to be changed slightly as soon as other
# displaymanager also pass a second argument to Xsession.
if test -n "$GDM_LANG" ; then
    echo "/etc/X11/xim: use GDM_LANG=$GDM_LANG"
    adduserenv INPUT_METHOD

# if INPUT_METHOD is already set to something non-empty here,
# the user must have set it in ~/.profile or ~/.login or on the
# command line before using startx. In that case, don't
# read the system wide default from /etc/sysconfig/language,
# use the user supplied value instead:
if [ "$INPUT_METHOD" == "" ] ; then
    echo "sourcing /etc/sysconfig/language to get the value of INPUT_METHOD"
    source /etc/sysconfig/language

if [ "$INPUT_METHOD" != "" ]; then
    echo "INPUT_METHOD is set to $INPUT_METHOD."
    echo "Trying  to start this user selected input method first ..."
    if [ -r "/etc/X11/xim.d/$INPUT_METHOD" ] ; then
        echo "sourcing /etc/X11/xim.d/$INPUT_METHOD"
	source /etc/X11/xim.d/$INPUT_METHOD
        if [ "$?" == "0" ]; then
	    echo "Start of $INPUT_METHOD succeeded."
	    return 0;
	    echo "Start of $INPUT_METHOD failed."
        echo "/etc/X11/xim.d/$INPUT_METHOD does not exist."
    echo "INPUT_METHOD is not set or empty (no user selected input method)."

# Determine the LC_CTYPE locale category setting

echo "Trying to start a default input method for the locale $tmplang ..."

while [ "$tmplang" != ${tmplang%[_.@]*} ]
   subdirlist="$subdirlist $tmplang"


for subdir in $subdirlist ; do
   if [ -d /etc/X11/xim.d/$subdir ] ; then
       echo "Checking for a default input method in /etc/X11/xim.d/$subdir/"
       for im in /etc/X11/xim.d/$subdir/* ; do
           if [ -r $im ] ; then
	       echo "sourcing $im ..."
	       source $im
	       if [ "$?" == "0" ]; then
	           echo "$im started sucessfully"
		   return 0
	           echo "$im failed"

if [ "$im_failed" == 0 ] ; then
    echo "There is no default input method for the current locale."
    echo "All default input methods tried for the current locale failed."

# If there is no default input method for the current locale, source
# the dummy input method "none" to get reasonable default settings
# of the relevant environment variables:

source /etc/X11/xim.d/none