About scim-avroscim-avro is the open source project of OmicronLab. It is the port of popular Avro Phonetic Bangla/Bengali typing method to Linux. This software works as an IMEngin (plugin) of Scim. It let users type in English and on-the-fly transliterate them phonetically to Bangla. For example, one can type "ami banglar gan gai" and scim-avro will convert them automatically to "আমি বাংলার গান গাই"
Current release:The current version is 0.0.2 (beta)
Download:Binary PackageDue to limitation of our resource and enormous distributions of Linux, it is not possible for us to provide binaries for all of the varieties. If you are using other distros/other architecture/other versions than we provide, please download the source code and compile it yourself.
File Architecture Description/Compatibility Help scim-avro_0.0.2-1ubuntu9.04_i386.deb i386 (32 bit) Works with Ubuntu 9.04 and Linux Mint 7 Installing from binary on Ubuntu
Installing from binary on Linux Mint scim-avro_0.0.2-1ubuntu9.10_i386.deb i386 (32 bit) Works with Ubuntu 9.10 and Linux Mint 8 Installing from binary on Ubuntu
Installing from binary on Linux Mint
File Architecture Description/Compatibility scim-avro-0.0.2.tar.gz All All Linux
Here are some brief documentation on how to compile:
Ubuntu - Compiling and installing from source on Ubuntu Fedora - Compiling and installing from source on Ubuntu
Typing instructionHere is the Bangla tutorial on how to type phonetically with scim-avro:
Help & SupportVisit OmicronLab forum for support.
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