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Re: [STUMP] Strange keyboard layouts and Stumpwm

From: Friedrich Delgado
Subject: Re: [STUMP] Strange keyboard layouts and Stumpwm
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2010 23:50:00 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-06-14)


Eric Wolf schrieb:
> > 2010/6/17 Friedrich Delgado <address@hidden>:
> >> I have the same problem
> >
> > I was able to reproduce the problem on my machine and commit a fix.
> > Can you grab a copy of stumpwm from git and verify that it works for
> > you?
> still the same problem

It's a lot worse for me... stumpwm thinks I want to send a command
with most keys I press (with most keys in the middle row and some
others) and says e.g. "a not bound".

It's so bad I can't even type xmodmap or anything, so I reverted to
jli's last commit.

If you really need some debugging output from that I think I might be
able to manage from a screen session attached a second time on my
virtual console (and maybe emacsclient -t with slime in that same
screen) but it's a little bit of a hassle.

Btw. an observation I just made is that (in
f4fd30db359b97d02bf1f43431d059167f24cf5a ) the prompt blinks briefly
whenever I press AltGr.

If I manually add ISO_Level3_Shift to mod5, as you suggested, the
blinking disappears, but I can't enter characters shifted with it on
the prompt either, e.g. instead of '\' (backslash, is on AltGr+ß) I
get 'ß' and instead of '€' (euro-sign, is on AltGr+e) I get 'e'.

        Friedrich Delgado <address@hidden>
                             TauPan on Ircnet and Freenode ;)

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