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SubjectRe: keyboard scancodes
Hi!

> It is clear that it is about time to redesign the kernel
> keyboard handling, on all levels. The old setup was very
> flexible, and was good enough for the past six years or so,
> but these days it becomes urgent for the low level handler
> to handle keyboards with more than 128 keys and more complicated
> escape sequences, and for the keymap level to better handle
> UTF-8 and Unicode. We also need a bit more flexibility in
> the handling of diacritical signs.

Talk to vojtech@ucw.cz. He has completely redesigned linux input
system almost ready, it is at http://www.suse.cz/development/input.
Pavel

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