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Bug#899979: keyboard-configuration: the caron dead-key of the czech keyboard on the console does not work as expected

Anton Zinoviev, le ven. 01 juin 2018 17:22:06 +0300, a ecrit:
> On Fri, Jun 01, 2018 at 04:10:36PM +0200, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > U+015A would be what you'd expect for a latin1 language (^ + S), and I
> > guess due to rule ordering, the existing rule doesn't get overrident by
> > the rule you introduced, so we need to explicitly remove the existing
> > rule.
> And what should the future console-setup do with compose+^+S when the 
> encoding is UTF-8?  How is this problem solved in X?

Well, in X XK_dead_caron is separate from XK_dead_circumflex.  The issue
with Linux is that it only has a few dead keys. Maybe we should just go
and define all X11 deadkeys in Linux (there are like 55 of them, that
will fit), to be done with the issue.

Now, whenever there are still shortcut conflicts, languages have their
own compose file in


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