[BRLTTY] Filter keyboard keypresses on Linux

Mario Lang mlang at delysid.org
Sat Dec 15 17:11:40 EST 2007

Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault at ens-lyon.org> writes:

> Mario Lang, le Sat 15 Dec 2007 22:29:27 +0100, a écrit :
>> Dave Mielke <dave at mielke.cc> writes:
>> > If we want most of the code to be common within the core then we probably need 
>> > a scheme for portabilizing key representations. Does one already exist or do we 
>> > need to invent it?
>> AIUI, what linux currently uses is derived from the HID
>> standard (Human Interface Devices).
> Mmm, what do you mean by "what linux uses"? Internally, Linux uses
> keycodes, which are derived from AT2 scancodes. For USB, it uses the
> usb_kbd_keycode[] array for translating from HID to keycodes.

I mean the codes defined in input.h, are those keycodes?
What standard defines that 138 is HELP?  Is this a linux specific
thing, or is it defined somewhere else?

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