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Project Summary

Maliit provides a flexible and cross-platform input method framework, including a virtual keyboard.
It has a plugin-based client-server architecture where applications act as clients and communicate with the Maliit server via input context plugins.

Maliit is an open source framework (LGPL 2) with open source plugins (BSD). There are also proprietary plugins. It runs on most GNU/Linux distributions.

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c++ embedded gtk+ inputmethod input-method inputmethods keyboard linux maliit mobile onscreenkeyboard onscreen-keyboard osk qt qt5 virtual-keyboard

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Project Security

Vulnerabilities per Version ( last 10 releases )

There are no reported vulnerabilities

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30 Day Summary

Nov 8 2019 — Dec 8 2019

12 Month Summary

Dec 8 2018 — Dec 8 2019