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Re: backtrace patch
- To: Ranson <ranson@LANNION.CNET.fr>
- Subject: Re: backtrace patch
- From: Tom McDougal <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 12 Sep 90 11:15:06 CDT
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org, ranson@LANNION.CNET.fr
- In-reply-to: <m0iCQig-00008OC@lamd01>
> >> Here is a quick and dirty patch to make option-period...
> I hope you DO consider it a dirty patch. MACL v1.x requires low-level
> patches to work with non-US keyboards because of assumptions about
> keyboard mapping (like your option-. = #\263). I really hope the top
> item on the features list of 2.0 is "Full compatibility with foreign
> systems and keyboards", with extensive testing.
I guess others will join me in thanking Jeremy Jones and Bill
St. Clair for their nifty patches (I haven't tried them yet,
since I just logged on, but they *look* nifty). It is also
nice to hear that this will work in v. 2.0. Thank you,
too, to Daniel Ranson for alerting an unsophisticated me to
this potential problem. I use a Dvorak mapping and so #\263
probably won't be the right code.
I can fix this easily, of course, by changing the character
code from #\263 to whatever my keyboard generates. But, can
somebody tell me how to find out what my keyboard generates?
The Dvorak keyboard puts the period where the E normally lies.
So my keystroke corresponds to Option-e (I need to call
disable-dead-keys for this to work well).
Thanks again for your help.
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