[Corpora-List] Are there "alphabetical" (unicode <-> glyph) look up tables out of language's keyboard mappings anywhere to be found? ...

David Chartash dchartas at ieee.org
Thu Jul 1 21:24:23 CEST 2021


Albretch, You should be able to get that information archived here: < http://kbdlayout.info/>, or within Debian depending on your install described in `man 5 keyboard`. Cheers,

David

On Thu, Jul 1, 2021 at 2:27 PM Albretch Mueller <lbrtchx at gmail.com> wrote:


> Most probably you know from where can I get such a thing which
> doesn't have to be from computers' OSs.
>
> I am trying to somehow get alphabetical look up tables from the
> keyboard mappings in the Linux OS.
>
> // __ Debian Linux keyboard mapping files ...
>
> https://marc.info/?t=162511936700001&r=1&w=2
> ~
> Based on my understanding of things there should be such a thing
> somewhere, since during the Linux installation or even while running
> Debian in live mode users can change the default language settings.
>
> There should be files with look up tables determined by the:
> a) user language
> b) type of keyboard
> c) input method (at times a sequence of key strokes should be entered)
>
> From where can I get such files with the unicode < - > glyph
> associations of keyboards based on the language they were design for?
>
> lbrtchx
>
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