Missing boundary-checks in XkbApplyMappingChange?

Magnus Vigerlöf Magnus.Vigerlof at home.se
Sat Nov 17 07:37:39 PST 2007

On lördag 17 november 2007, Daniel Stone wrote:
> Hi,
> The short answer is that you should pretty much always have 255 keys in
> your keymap.  I know it sounds unnecessary, but it also hopelessly
> complicates things.  I'm hoping to simplify the server post-1.5 by just
> always having 255 keys.  In the meantime, it may work, but as you can
> see, it's not incredibly well tested.
> Cheers,
> Daniel

Ok. We'll update the code to supply 255 keys in that case since we're having 
problems with fewer. And if you're planning on always using 255 keys soon 
then I don't see why we should start messing around with trying to get fewer 
keys to work.


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