> On Thu, Sep 16, 2021 at 11:42:02AM +0200, Gunnar Hjalmarsson wrote:
>> On 2021-09-16 01:02, Steve Langasek wrote:
>>> Thanks for this insight! Based on the original post, it seems to me that we
>>> SHOULD retain ibus-m17n for Sinhala. Is this table in gnome-settings-daemon
>>> what ensures that it's retained? It's unclear to me how that works,
>>> gnome-settings-daemon is not what drives the installation and there are no
>>> references to 'm17n' in the ubiquity source.
>> I think it is, without being able to point at the relevant code. At least it
>> works like that with the CJK languages, and it ought to work in the same way
>> with input languages supported by ibus-m17n.
> It has been a while, but I thought that this was controlled by
> /usr/share/language-selector/data/pkg_depends (in
> language-selector-common). ubiquity calls check-language-support to
> query for the packages it needs to keep.
> I don't see an "im:si::ibus-m17n" line in
Hmm.. Looks like I should add it. It makes sense whether it affects the
installer behavior or not, since l-s should pull ibus-m17n if you
install Sinhala after the OS installation.
In any case that table in g-s-d will add wijesekera to the list of
active input sources. So both may be needed for a convenient user
experience (including the live session).
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