Emoji and Annotation data
tfujiwar at redhat.com
Sun Jun 26 23:13:55 CDT 2016
Thanks for that info and contribution.
Probably I will package the emojione for Fedora to use emoji.json.
Why you don't use only annotations? E.g. "us" hits too many Emoji.
On 06/26/16 18:12, Ori Avtalion-san wrote:
> I maintain an IBus module(?) that allows inputting emojis  (I think
> I mentioned it before on IRC).
> I use the data provided by EmojiOne, which also includes aliases and
> the popular (but unofficial) "shortnames". You might find it useful
>  https://github.com/salty-horse/ibus-uniemoji
>  https://github.com/Ranks/emojione/emoji.json
> On Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 8:21 AM, Takao Fujiwara <tfujiwar at redhat.com> wrote:
>> I'm working on IBus - the input method framework for Linux.
>> I parse http://unicode.org/emoji/charts/emoji-list.html and create a
>> dictionary between the annotations and the Emoji characters.
>> Since the file size is large and it's often updated, I'm thinking how to
>> maintain the file.
>> I copied the file as http://ibus.github.io/files/ibus/emoji-list.html for
>> the build at the moment.
>> I have questions:
>> - if unicode.org provides the tarball of the stable html files or other
>> - what is the license of the html files.
>> Do you have any ideas?
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