|GEN_KEYMAP(1)||General Commands Manual||GEN_KEYMAP(1)|
generate a keyboard map decision tree
gen_keymap generates a decision tree from
a set of keyboard maps which can be used to help a user decide which
keyboard map to use. The program using the decision tree typically asks the
user to press some keys; at each step, it examines the returned keycode and
uses it to prune the list of possible keyboard maps until there is only one
- Show program's version number and exit.
- Show help text.
- Be more verbose.
- Too-short keymaps are skipped (default: 30 entries).
- Generate a hopefully-nice-looking .dot file.
- Print the to-be-processed keymaps
- Input files are in d-i map form.
- Add a directory to the search path.
- Set output file (default: stdout).
- Include only the branches leading to these keymaps.
- Start generating the tree based only on these keymaps. (The difference
--useonlyis that the former generates the whole tree and then prunes it, while the latter only generates a reduced tree to begin with. This may have implications for performance on large trees.)
- Keymaps to skip.
- Test the generated maps.
- Ask user to choose among indistinguishable keymaps.
gen_keymap was written by
Matthias Urlichs ⟨email@example.com⟩.
This manual page was written by Colin Watson
|September 5, 2006||Ubuntu|