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Re: Testing of russian keymap (was Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH] fix '/' and
Re: Testing of russian keymap (was Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH] fix '/' and '|' on russian keymap)
Thu, 07 Oct 2010 08:38:32 +0400
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06.10.2010 23:56, Eduardo Habkost wrote:
> Anybody using a russian keyboard layout who can test this change and
> confirm it works as expected?
I can perform such a testing - in theory. But in practice, I was never
able to figure out this -k $lang stuff, -- neither in qemu nor in other
apps like rdesktop and the like.
What I usually do is to explicitly set en-us keyboard for applications
that are "too smart" and tries to guess "right" keyboard from env.
variables such as $LANG.
The reason is that after specifying "ru" keyboard, I can't use latin
chars anymore, and can type only using cyrillic. Since cyrillic
layout does not have any latin char, imagine how to type, say, a
path name (even "C:" drive in windows).
All modern OSes nowadays have a way to switch between keyboard layouts
dynamically - this is done internally in the operating system. So,
basically, I've no idea what this -k $foo stuff is used for to start
Care to explain please? Oleg? :)
Re: Testing of russian keymap (was Re: [Qemu-devel] [PATCH] fix '/' and '|' on russian keymap), Michael Tokarev, 2010/10/07