Commit d8dbc0d0 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(msdos-key-remapping-map): New variable. Move here all the special keys we

will be remapping via local-function-key-map.
(msdos-setup-keyboard): New function.
parent 8e96a98d
......@@ -25,22 +25,27 @@
;;; Code:
;; ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
;; keyboard setup -- that's simple!
(set-input-mode nil nil 0)
(define-key local-function-key-map [backspace] "\177") ; Normal behavior for BS
(define-key local-function-key-map [delete] "\C-d") ; ... and Delete
(define-key local-function-key-map [tab] [?\t])
(define-key local-function-key-map [linefeed] [?\n])
(define-key local-function-key-map [clear] [11])
(define-key local-function-key-map [return] [13])
(define-key local-function-key-map [escape] [?\e])
(define-key local-function-key-map [M-backspace] [?\M-\d])
(define-key local-function-key-map [M-delete] [?\M-d])
(define-key local-function-key-map [M-tab] [?\M-\t])
(define-key local-function-key-map [M-linefeed] [?\M-\n])
(define-key local-function-key-map [M-clear] [?\M-\013])
(define-key local-function-key-map [M-return] [?\M-\015])
(define-key local-function-key-map [M-escape] [?\M-\e]))
(defvar msdos-key-remapping-map
(let ((map (make-sparse-keymap)))
;; keyboard setup -- that's simple!
(define-key map [backspace] "\177") ; Normal behavior for BS
(define-key map [delete] "\C-d") ; ... and Delete
(define-key map [tab] [?\t])
(define-key map [linefeed] [?\n])
(define-key map [clear] [11])
(define-key map [return] [13])
(define-key map [escape] [?\e])
(define-key map [M-backspace] [?\M-\d])
(define-key map [M-delete] [?\M-d])
(define-key map [M-tab] [?\M-\t])
(define-key map [M-linefeed] [?\M-\n])
(define-key map [M-clear] [?\M-\013])
(define-key map [M-return] [?\M-\015])
(define-key map [M-escape] [?\M-\e])
map)
"Keymap for remapping special keys on MS-DOS keyboard.")
;; These tell read-char how to convert these special chars to ASCII.
(put 'backspace 'ascii-character 127)
(put 'delete 'ascii-character 127)
(put 'tab 'ascii-character ?\t)
......@@ -49,6 +54,19 @@
(put 'return 'ascii-character 13)
(put 'escape 'ascii-character ?\e)
(defun msdos-setup-keyboard (frame)
"Setup `local-function-key-map' for MS-DOS keyboard."
;; Don't do this twice on the same display, or it would break
;; normal-erase-is-backspace-mode.
(unless (terminal-parameter frame 'msdos-setup-keyboard)
;; Map certain keypad keys into ASCII characters that people usually expect.
(with-selected-frame frame
(let ((map (copy-keymap msdos-key-remapping-map)))
(set-keymap-parent map (keymap-parent local-function-key-map))
(set-keymap-parent local-function-key-map map)))
(set-terminal-parameter frame 'msdos-setup-keyboard t))
(set-input-mode nil nil 0))
;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------
;; DOS display setup
;; =================
......@@ -694,7 +712,7 @@ list. You can (and should) also run it whenever the value of
(coding (car (cdr desc)))
coding-dos coding-unix)
(if (null desc)
(dos-cpNNN-setup dos-codepage)
(ignore) ; (dos-cpNNN-setup dos-codepage)) FIXME
;; We've got one of the Far-Eastern codepages which support
;; MULE native coding systems directly.
(setq coding-dos (intern (format "%s-dos" coding))
......@@ -706,26 +724,14 @@ list. You can (and should) also run it whenever the value of
(setq default-terminal-coding-system coding-unix))
;; Assume they support non-ASCII Latin characters like the IBM
;; codepage 437 does.
(IT-display-table-setup "cp437")
;(IT-display-table-setup "cp437")
;; It's time: too many input methods in leim/quail produce
;; Unicode characters. Let the user see them.
(IT-setup-unicode-display)
;(IT-setup-unicode-display)
(prefer-coding-system coding-dos)
(if default-enable-multibyte-characters
(setq unibyte-display-via-language-environment t))
)))
;; We want to delay the terminal and other codepage-related setup
;; until after the terminal is set and user's .emacs is processed,
;; because people might define their `dos-codepage-setup-hook' there.
(add-hook 'term-setup-hook 'dos-codepage-setup)
;; In multibyte mode, we want unibyte buffers to be displayed using
;; the terminal coding system, so that they display correctly on the
;; DOS terminal; in unibyte mode we want to see all 8-bit characters
;; verbatim. In both cases, we want the entire range of 8-bit
;; characters to arrive at our display code verbatim.
(standard-display-8bit 127 255)
;; arch-tag: eea04c06-7311-4b5a-b531-3c1be1b070af
;;; internal.el ends here
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