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Re: lynx-dev Re: Changing the keymap code (PATCH)

From: Doug Kaufman
Subject: Re: lynx-dev Re: Changing the keymap code (PATCH)
Date: Sat, 6 Feb 1999 15:50:15 -0800 (PST)

On Sat, 6 Feb 1999, Kim DeVaughn wrote:

> Despite the above description, I'm not sure what the intent of
> your patch really is.
> I do know that it does NOT fix the problem with the disappearing
> statusline when a reset/select "button" is activated, which is
> what the patch I posted was addressing.  (Which was caused by the
> addition of the MOUSE_KEY 0x10e define to LYStrings.h in -dev.8.)

This has nothing to do with fixing the statusline problem or
MOUSE_KEY. Klaus had written questioning what all the ifdef's were
doing in the keymap[] code. This is an effort to CLARIFY what was done
before. I never understood what the MOUSE_KEY code was doing. Mouse
isn't enabled on any system that I use, so I wasn't able to test any
of it.

Your patch to LYKeymap.c will break the default mappings for DOS and

>--- ../../lynx-2.8.2-dev.15+kd.orig/src/LYKeymap.c     Tue Feb  2 01:35:07 1999
>+++ LYKeymap.c Fri Feb  5 10:45:24 1999
>@@ -229,8 +229,8 @@
> LYK_HELP,         LYK_ACTIVATE,     LYK_HOME,       LYK_END,
> /* F1*/         /* Do key */      /* Find key */  /* Select key */
>-/* Insert key */  /* Remove key */
>+/* Insert key */  /* Remove key */  /* rodent dummy */

I don't know what  the best fix is, but inserting LYK_MOUSE_KEY here
will invalidate the mappings after it. Can't you put it at an unused
spot, such as 0x28f?

Doug Kaufman
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