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Re: patch to cygwin1.dll
- From: Randall R Schulz <rrschulz at cris dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 09:37:32 -0800
- Subject: Re: patch to cygwin1.dll
I don't know if this is obsolete information or not, but back in the
old Vi (not Vim) days, one could type NUL while in input mode to repeat
the most recently typed input sequence. Ever since the days of real
terminals has passed (at least for use in everyday programming work)
I've figured this was a lost feature, since I could never figure out
how to type a NUL.
If this change doesn't muck up anything else, I'd welcome it.
P.S. Your English requires no apologies (except that "English" is capitalized).
At 23:39 2003-03-09, COTTO Daniel FTRD/DMI/CAE wrote:
I have made a patch to the cygwin1.dll .
Its main purpose is to allow a nul character to be input from a french
keyboard. Also this patch adds some othre functions keys. If you are
interrested you have the diff file from the official cygwin-1.3.20-1
the binding added are:
* ctrl-spc: nul character
* ctrl-f1 through ctrl-f10: \e7~ through \e16~
* alt-f1 through alt f10: \e[38~ through \e[47~
* app key binded to: \e[50~
* ctrl-tab and alt tab bind to esc tab.
* and some other minor binding; (see the attachment).
If you want, you can use this patch and you can add it to a
next version of cygwin1.dll.
P.S. sory for my bad english.
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