|Initial release||August 26, 2002|
|Stable release||1.8.1 / May 27, 2012|
uim (short for "universal input method") is a multilingual input method framework. Applications can use it through so-called bridges.
uim supports the X Window System legacy XIM (short for X Input Method) through the
uim-xim bridge. Many X applications are written in either GTK+ or Qt, which have their own modules dealing with input methods, and uim supports both of these with its GTK+ and Qt immodules.
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