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Arch Repo Name Version Description Last Updated Flag Date
x86_64 Extra scim 1.4.15-3 Input method user interface and development platform 2015-12-11
i686 Extra scim 1.4.15-3 Input method user interface and development platform 2015-12-11

17 matching packages found.

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any Community fcitx-table-other 0.2.3-2 Provides some other tables for Fcitx, fork from ibus-table-others, scim-tables. 2016-04-27
i686 Extra scim 1.4.15-3 Input method user interface and development platform 2015-12-11
x86_64 Extra scim 1.4.15-3 Input method user interface and development platform 2015-12-11
i686 Extra scim-anthy 1.2.7-5 Japanese input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
x86_64 Extra scim-anthy 1.2.7-5 Japanese input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
x86_64 Extra scim-chewing 0.3.5-3 Traditional Chinese input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
i686 Extra scim-chewing 0.3.5-3 Traditional Chinese input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
x86_64 Extra scim-hangul 0.4.0-3 Korean input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
i686 Extra scim-hangul 0.4.0-3 Korean input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
i686 Extra scim-m17n 0.2.3-6 Multilingual input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
x86_64 Extra scim-m17n 0.2.3-6 Multilingual input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
i686 Extra scim-pinyin 0.5.92-3 Chinese pinyin input for SCIM 2015-12-10
x86_64 Extra scim-pinyin 0.5.92-3 Chinese pinyin input for SCIM 2015-12-10
i686 Extra scim-tables 0.5.14.1-2 Generic table input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
x86_64 Extra scim-tables 0.5.14.1-2 Generic table input method module for SCIM 2015-12-10
i686 Extra scim-uim 0.2.0-8 UIM bridging input engine for SCIM 2015-12-10
x86_64 Extra scim-uim 0.2.0-8 UIM bridging input engine for SCIM 2015-12-10

17 matching packages found.

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