[PC-BSD Testing] ja-ibus-anthy missing and cannot install
ken at pcbsd.org
Mon Jan 27 14:36:26 PST 2014
On 01/27/14 15:14, Kris Moore wrote:
> On 01/27/2014 15:06, Yamashiro, Jun wrote:
>> On Mon, 27 Jan 2014 13:19:40 -0500
>> Ken Moore <ken at pcbsd.org> wrote:
>>> As you mentioned, I don't think that hard-coding this type of thing into
>>> PCDM is the answer....
>>> Did you also fix the /usr/local/share/pcbsd/enable-ibus.sh script so
>>> that "GDM_LANG" (near the top of the script) is now just "LANG"? That
>>> was another fix that I put in last Friday.
>>> That script looks like it is supposed to be setting those environment
>>> variables, so the problem might just lie there.
>> Yes. I fixed variable name into "LANG". But, cannot work properly.
>> Please check PCDM code.
>> | this->start("sh "+xhome+"/.xprofile");
>> This line show .xprofile run as "program". This is cause of luck of variables.
>> This chart shows cause of luck of variable.
>> PCDM: Start login
>> ($QT_IM_MODULE is not set)
>> +------- sh .xprofile -------+ fork() and exec()
>> | |
>> | . /path/to/enable-ibus.sh
>> | |
>> | export QT_IM_MODULE=ibus
>> | |
>> |($QT_IM_MODULE is not set) |($QT_IM_MODULE=ibus)
>> | |
>> | (end of .xprofile)
>> |($QT_IM_MODULE is not set)
>> | <- My patch is defined here.
>> Start X session
>> see also:
> Ahh yes, this makes sense. Ken, you will need to adjust your code to not
> just "sh .xprofile" but rather to "source" it ". .xprofile". There are
> multiple ways to do this, but here's one:
> When starting the DE, create a script or a single command-chain that
> looks like this:
> ( ". .xprofile ; /usr/local/bin/startDE" )
> This will ensure that the variables in .xprofile get set and stay set
> when the actual DE begins to run. Right now the QProcess is running and
> finishing and those new variables get lost when the DE starts up later.
> So you may want to do this:
> cmd = ". "+xhome+"/.xprofile ; ";
> cmd.append("dbus-launch --exit-with-session" + xcmd);
> (The first DOT does the sourcing)
OK, this should be fixed now.
It took a bit more that just changing it to a ".", so be sure to give it
a shot just to make sure.... :-)
~~ Ken Moore ~~
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