XLookupString return inconsistent
martin f krafft
madduck at madduck.net
Thu Sep 29 14:31:39 UTC 2016
also sprach wettstae at gmail.com <wettstae at gmail.com> [2016-09-12 18:01 +0200]:
> > And moments after clicking send, I realized this is really just hardcoding
> > US keyboard layout & ASCII encoding - Shift-2 is '@' and Ctrl-@ is '\0'.
> Oh, yes. And Ctrl+3-7 get mapped to 0x1b-0x1f, the control codes beyond
> Ctrl-Z. Ctrl+8 becomes 0x7f, that is, ASCII DEL. So the full ASCII
> range becomes available. It does make sense, from a perspective of text
Hey guys, sorry for the late response to "my" thread.
So this makes sense from the perspective of text terminals, but we
are talking X.org here, aren't we? ;)
Long story short: do you see any chance in making this bit of
legacy (nostalgia?) code configurable, or remove it altogether?
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