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robklg
May 4th, 2010, 04:20 PM
First of all: I do mean HTT, not HTTP

Ubuntu used to have a package called "iiimf-htt-server": http://packages.ubuntu.com/dapper/iiimf-htt-server

All the information I do find is that this is the server for: Internet/Intranet Input Method (IIIM Framework).

However, Nowhere I can find what the letters HTT stand for.

Even on this site about i18n (http://www.openi18n.org/subgroups/im/iiimf/aux/XAuxPrimitive.html), they say:


IIIMF Input Method Server (Htt) for X Window System environment

It doesn't give me any clue why it is called Htt!

Can anyone solve this mystery? It is really bothering me... I have searched using different search engine... the answer must be out there, but I cannot find it.

Smart Viking
May 4th, 2010, 04:50 PM
HTT Hyper-Threading Technology (Intel)

HTT Human Touch Technology

HTT Hypertext Template (Microsoft Windows file extension)

HTT Human Terrain Team

HTT Hyper Transport Technology

HTT Harsco Track Technologies (West Columbia, SC)

HTT High Throughput Testing (statistics)

HTT High Temperature Tunnel

HTT Home Television Theatre (A/V technology)

http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/HTT

I hope this help you :)

EDIT: This one also looks promising: HTT Highly Transportable Terminal

EDIT2: More possibilities http://www.acronymattic.com/HTT.html

robklg
May 4th, 2010, 06:00 PM
I hope this help you :)

EDIT: This one also looks promising: HTT Highly Transportable Terminal

I'm sorry. Please don't reply if you don't understand my question. Don't take personal.

doas777
May 4th, 2010, 06:05 PM
I'm sorry. Please don't reply if you don't understand my question. Don't take personal.
so let me get this straight. you want to know what HTT stands for, for no technical reason, but just because "It is really bothering me".

and then you complain that folks are trying to help you find an answer? I spent some time looking for it as well, and rather regret tryuing to help you out.

Elfy
May 4th, 2010, 06:29 PM
This is as close as I can find -
The mechanism is called vmseparator, which has been used for supporting older engines which are X-dependent, locale dependent, and with single-user assumption, inherited from older versions of "htt" originally written as XIM server in 1989, via the older version of LEIF interface, delivered as a part of im-sdk till r10.x. We once dropped it in r11.x releases, but will be revived in r12.x releases.

Thread moved to cafe as it is not a support request.



I'm sorry. Please don't reply if you don't understand my question. Don't take personal.AS you don't actually know what htt is then it could well be one of the possiblities that Smart Viking found for you.

Elfy
May 4th, 2010, 06:34 PM
@robklg - anything that was here previously and has now gone has gone for a reason - it doesn't need you regurgitating it.

Elfy
May 4th, 2010, 06:54 PM
Offtopic posts - removed - again.

Keep it on-topic or I will close the thread.