This is the SVN experimental branch for console-data development.
Please note that console-data will be re-merged with kbd in the next
Debian release; unless serious proposals and development occur,
console-data will be removed from Debian Etch; development in this
trunk will be limited to changes that can easily be ported to kbd.
This release removes all conflicts with 'kbd' from console-data a
16-bit screen-maps are used when the screen is in 8-bit mode (the default),
to define the character-set used by applications, by telling the kernel how
to interpret these 8-bit chars, in fact by telling to which Unicode character
they should be mapped.
The following files are 16-bit screen maps generated from the file
`UTF-tmpl.8bit', using the `2UTF' prog
Brief notes on the iBook2 keyboard
The iBook2 keyboard, at least in the UK version, has certain idiosyncracies
1. It is based on the standard (i386) layout (q=16, a=31, z=45), NOT the mac
standard, but the keys at the edges of the keyboard are arranged with wilful
idiosyncracy (e.g. ` and ~ on the key at the left of z), @ not " is on the 2
2. It has unusual symbols, such as � and �. There
The correspondences given in iso0[1-9].sfm are
according to The Unicode Standard, Version 1.0, Vol.
Fragment of the "readme" file in Joel Hoffman's codepage.tar.Z
iso06.* follows ISO 8859-6 (but does not contain the Arabic digits).
Only the isolat
Type A. Alt
[Reference: codepage 866 (as given in Unicode 1.0, Vol 2, Appendix C).
o All fonts contain 353 Ethiopic characters which extends the Unicode
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