Remap the numpad keys, like the linux kernel and xf86-input keyboard drivers do

master
Lauri Kasanen 8 years ago
parent 4d533edc06
commit 40222508fd

@ -1192,21 +1192,75 @@ static void KdCheckLock(void)
}
}
#define KEY_KP_0 /* 0 Insert 0x52 */ 82
#define KEY_KP_1 /* 1 End 0x4f */ 79
#define KEY_KP_2 /* 2 Down 0x50 */ 80
#define KEY_KP_3 /* 3 PgDown 0x51 */ 81
#define KEY_KP_4 /* 4 Left 0x4b */ 75
#define KEY_KP_5 /* 5 0x4c */ 76
#define KEY_KP_6 /* 6 Right 0x4d */ 77
#define KEY_KP_7 /* 7 Home 0x47 */ 71
#define KEY_KP_8 /* 8 Up 0x48 */ 72
#define KEY_KP_9 /* 9 PgUp 0x49 */ 73
#define KEY_KP_Decimal /* . (Decimal) Delete 0x53 */ 83
#define KEY_Insert /* Insert 0x62 */ 0x6e
#define KEY_Delete /* Delete 0x63 */ 0x6f
#define KEY_Home /* Home 0x59 */ 0x66
#define KEY_Up /* Up 0x5a */ 0x67
#define KEY_PgUp /* PgUp 0x5b */ 0x68
#define KEY_Left /* Left 0x5c */ 0x69
#define KEY_Right /* Right 0x5e */ 0x6a
#define KEY_End /* End 0x5f */ 0x6b
#define KEY_Down /* Down 0x60 */ 0x6c
#define KEY_PgDown /* PgDown 0x61 */ 0x6d
static unsigned char remap(const unsigned char scan) {
// The numpad buttons need to be remapped, as they have the same scan keys
switch (scan) {
case KEY_KP_0:
return KEY_Insert;
case KEY_KP_1:
return KEY_End;
case KEY_KP_2:
return KEY_Down;
case KEY_KP_3:
return KEY_PgDown;
case KEY_KP_4:
return KEY_Left;
case KEY_KP_6:
return KEY_Right;
case KEY_KP_7:
return KEY_Home;
case KEY_KP_8:
return KEY_Up;
case KEY_KP_9:
return KEY_PgUp;
case KEY_KP_Decimal:
return KEY_Delete;
}
return scan;
}
void KdEnqueueKeyboardEvent(unsigned char scan_code, unsigned char is_up)
{
unsigned char key_code;
static unsigned int locks = 0;
xEvent xE;
KeyClassPtr keyc;
if (!pKdKeyboard)
return;
keyc = pKdKeyboard->key;
keyc = pKdKeyboard->key;
xE.u.keyButtonPointer.time = GetTimeInMillis();
if (!(locks & Mod2Mask))
scan_code = remap(scan_code);
if (kdMinScanCode <= scan_code && scan_code <= kdMaxScanCode) {
key_code = scan_code + KD_MIN_KEYCODE - kdMinScanCode;

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