wine cvs notes and proposed keyboard detection fix.
dmitry at baikal.ru
Wed Jan 21 01:03:20 CST 2004
"Shane Shields" <locutusenterprises at softhome.net> wrote:
> > X11 team tends to remove more than 2 characters per keysym. See
> > /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/tr. Turkish keyboard layout in Wine has more
> > than 2 for some of them. Just do 'setxkbmap tr' and run Wine with
> > +key,keyboard,+x11drv and look for mismatches.
> I have done that and piped the output to a logfile. Attached is an abbreviated
> version with just the icelandic and turkish detection included. It seems to
> be mismatching on detecting the third keysym where the key is defined
> in /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/tr this could be a clue :)
15 mismatches per layout is too much. Isn't it?
> TRACE_(key)("mismatch for keysym 0x%04lX, keycode %d,
> in function X11DRV_KEYBOARD_DetectLayout where it should be
> TRACE_(key)("mismatch for keysym 0x%08lX, keycode %d,
0x%04lX doesn't mean a truncation to 4 characters in format.
> or my version of X11 is returning a larger value than it should. I suspect
> this because of the large amount of calls to the function
> KEYBOARD_MapDeadKeysym. Maybe the X11 guys have changed a short to a long
> somewhere in my version of X11 (cvs 2003-11-24) or my gcc (3.2.2) has defined
> them differently. If that is the case then the line
> ckey[i] = keysym & 0xFF;
This piece of code gets executed only if XKB is disabled or couldn't translate
keysym to a character.
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