keymap_ed(1X11)keymap_ed(1X11)NAMEkeymap_ed - Edit (Add/Modify) HP X11 keymap database.
DESCRIPTIONkeymap_ed allows you to add to or modify the contents of the X11 keymap
Options-a Analyze a keymap database. This will look at the database
and try to find errors and inconsistencies.
-d <name> or <keyboard ID>
Dump a keymap to standard output. The output is formatted
such that it can be used as input with the -s option.
-k <database file name>
Name of the keymap database file to use for input. Default
is /etc/X11/XHPKeymaps (/usr/lib/X11/XHPKeymaps on pre 10.0
-l List contents of a keymap database.
-m <modmap file name>
Add the modmap(s) contained in a file to the keymap data‐
-M <modmap name>
Dump a modmap to standard output. The output is formatted
such that it can be used as input with the -m option.
-n <file with keydevice names>
Add keydevice names to the database.
-s <keymap file name>
Add the keymap(s) contained in a file to the keymap data‐
-w <file name>
Convert a file into a what(1)string(s) and append them to
the what strings (if any) in the database.
-W <file name>
Convert a file into a what(1)string(s) and add them to the
database. Any existing what strings are overwritten.
-Z When dumping keymaps, start the numbered comments at zero.
This option is (only) useful if you are working with
keymaps and an HIL keycode displayer.
You can only select one of the above options at a time.
When a new keymap datafile file is written, the new name is:
<name given in -k (or default)>.new
When adding keymaps or modmaps, some checking is done. If problems are
found, a message is printed (to stdout) and a new database
file is NOT written.
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