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I published the following Language Keyboard Layout Apps and is available at Nokia Ovi App Store for easy installation.

Malayalam Keyboard Layout
http://store.ovi.com/content/265655
Screen shots available at:
http://www.tsits.com/apps/n9/tsits-malayalam-keyboard/

Hindi Keyboard Layout
http://store.ovi.com/content/266161
Screen shots available at:
http://www.tsits.com/apps/n9/tsits-hindi-keyboard/

Tamil Keyboard Layout
http://store.ovi.com/content/266209
Screen shots available at:
http://www.tsits.com/apps/n9/tsits-tamil-keyboard/

If anyone who developed keyboard mods/xml files, and would like me to package it and publish at Ovi, please let me know. I will try to get it done [in my busy schedule]. Please give me icons, description, support URL, screen shots, etc, and a release for TSI from any liabilities.

I will make sure, I acknowledge your hard work/contribution in the app description.
I will say something like:
"This keyboard developed by [your name/info]. TSI is only packaging and publishing to Ovi Store, with the developers approval. Please contact the developer for support. TSI not responsible for any damages and free from any liabilities."

With this kind of app solution, anybody in the world can easily install their language or what ever keyboard layout, without having to be scared about hacking their N9.
 

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Originally Posted by abyzthomas View Post
I published the following Language Keyboard Layout Apps and is available at Nokia Ovi App Store for easy installation.

Hindi Keyboard Layout
http://store.ovi.com/content/266161
Screen shots available at:
http://www.tsits.com/apps/n9/tsits-hindi-keyboard/

cool..I will try this out
 
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Malayalam keyboard..!! Never thought that would come up..!! Thanks a lot bruv...! This is fun..!!!
വളരേ നന്ദി....!!!
 

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Originally Posted by abyzthomas View Post
I published the following Language Keyboard Layout Apps and is available at Nokia Ovi App Store for easy installation.
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With this kind of app solution, anybody in the world can easily install their language or what ever keyboard layout, without having to be scared about hacking their N9.
Great initiative!
Should put this in the thread dedicated to keyb layouts/mods, so they can be added to the OP.
 

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I agree, nice work. Please consider contributing those XML layout files upstream:

https://gitorious.org/maliit/maliit-plugins

That way, you'll get to enjoy them on other platforms than just the N9.
 

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Originally Posted by jalyst View Post
Great initiative!
Should put this in the thread dedicated to keyb layouts/mods, so they can be added to the OP.
Originally Posted by mikhas View Post
I agree, nice work. Please consider contributing those XML layout files upstream:

https://gitorious.org/maliit/maliit-plugins

That way, you'll get to enjoy them on other platforms than just the N9.
Thanks. I haven't figured out how to contribute to git, but I am working on it.

I will submit the files upstream, once I figure git out.

I am also working on few other Indian languages. Once complete, I will submit those also.
 

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Made any progress with git?

http://gitref.org/ and http://git-scm.com/documentation are pretty good online resources when it comes to learning more about it.
 
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So far I have published the following Indian language keyboard apps for N9.

Malayalam Keyboard app - http://store.ovi.com/content/265655
Hindi Keyboard app - http://store.ovi.com/content/266161
Tamil Keyboard app - http://store.ovi.com/content/266209
Gujarati Keyboard app - http://store.ovi.com/content/277214
Kannada Keyboard app - http://store.ovi.com/content/278550
Urdu Keyboard app - http://store.ovi.com/content/272711
Telugu Keyboard app - http://store.ovi.com/content/271100
Bengali Keyboard app - http://store.ovi.com/content/273822

Also published (I did not create the keyboard file)
Swiss French Keyboard app - http://store.ovi.com/content/269397

All of the above apps are free. Enjoy!!!

PS. If any other N9 users would like their Indian language keyboard (something that I don't have yet), let me know and I can try to create keyboard for them as well.

Last edited by abyzthomas; 2012-10-15 at 19:05.
 
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Originally Posted by mikhas View Post
Made any progress with git?

http://gitref.org/ and http://git-scm.com/documentation are pretty good online resources when it comes to learning more about it.
Finally I got some time to mess with my desktop to setup git and try to upload my keyboard files.

I successfully installed git but having difficulty cloning:

$ git clone https://gitorious.org/maliit/maliit-plugins
Cloning into 'maliit-plugins'...

fatal: https://gitorious.org/maliit/maliit-plugins/info/refs not found: did you run git update-server-info on the server?

$ git clone https://abyzthomas@gitorious.org/maliit/maliit-plugins
Cloning into 'maliit-plugins'...
fatal: https://abyzthomas@gitorious.org/mal...gins/info/refs not found: did you run git update-server-info on the server?

$ git --version
git version 1.7.10.4

Any ideas what is going on? I also ran the git update-server-info, it completes with no errors.

I tried to create a clone on gitorious and it did create a clone, but I could not figure out how to upload the file.
 
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Originally Posted by abyzthomas View Post
Finally I got some time to mess with my desktop to setup git and try to upload my keyboard files.

I successfully installed git but having difficulty cloning:
...

The URL was incorrect. The correct URL for git is the following:

$ git clone https://git.gitorious.org/maliit/maliit-plugins.git
Cloning into 'maliit-plugins'...
warning: remote HEAD refers to nonexistent ref, unable to checkout.

But it still fails!

Any ideas?
 
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