Missing boundary-checks in XkbApplyMappingChange?
Magnus.Vigerlof at home.se
Sat Nov 17 07:37:39 PST 2007
On lördag 17 november 2007, Daniel Stone wrote:
> 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.
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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