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Patch for Swedish keyboard layout in osx2x

osx2x is a handly little program used to interface OS X with any X server. It basically extends your screen so that when the cursor is moved to (for example) right edge, the cursor and keyboard is mapped to the X server instead.

Anyhow, currently it does not support any other layouts than US or DE. This is a patch for the X11 portion of osx2x - not VNC.


//
// keymap.c
// osx2x
//
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/* snip */

const int keymap_us[128] = {
XK_a,
XK_s,
XK_d,
XK_f,
XK_h,
XK_g,
XK_z,
XK_x,
XK_c,
XK_v,
XK_section, // 10
XK_b,
XK_q,
XK_w,
XK_e,
XK_r,
XK_y,
XK_t,
XK_1,
XK_2,
XK_3, // 20
XK_4,
XK_6,
XK_5,
XK_dead_acute,
XK_9,
XK_7,
XK_plus,
XK_8,
XK_0,
XK_dead_diaeresis, // 30
XK_o,
XK_u,
XK_aring,
XK_i,
XK_p,
XK_Return,
XK_l,
XK_j,
XK_adiaeresis,
XK_k, //40
XK_odiaeresis,
XK_apostrophe,
XK_comma,
XK_minus,
XK_n,
XK_m,
XK_period,
XK_Tab,
XK_space,
XK_less, //50
XK_BackSpace,
-1,
XK_Escape,
XK_Super_R,
XK_Alt_L, // 55
XK_Shift_L,
XK_Caps_Lock,
XK_Meta_L,
XK_Control_L,
XK_Shift_R, // 60
XK_ISO_Level3_Shift,
XK_Control_R,
-1,
-1,
XK_KP_Decimal,
-1,
XK_KP_Multiply,
-1,
XK_KP_Add,
-1, // 70
-1,
-1,
-1,
-1,
XK_KP_Divide,
XK_KP_Enter,
XK_KP_Subtract,
XK_KP_Subtract,
-1,
-1, // 80
-1,
XK_KP_0,
XK_KP_1,
XK_KP_2,
XK_KP_3,
XK_KP_4,
XK_KP_5,
XK_KP_6,
XK_KP_7,
-1, // 90
XK_KP_8,
XK_KP_9,
-1,
-1,
-1,
XK_F5,
XK_F6,
XK_F7,
XK_F3,
XK_F8, // 100
XK_F9,
-1,
XK_F11,
-1,
-1,
-1,
-1,
-1,
XK_F10,
XK_Menu, // 110
XK_F12,
-1,
-1,
XK_Insert,
XK_Home,
XK_Page_Up,
XK_Delete,
XK_F4,
XK_End,
XK_F2, // 120
XK_Page_Down,
XK_F1,
XK_Left,
XK_Right,
XK_Down,
XK_Up,
-1,
};

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