[Bug 265260] HANGEUL and HANJA on Korean keyboards do not work.

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Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2022 19:50:09 UTC

--- Comment #1 from warioburn <warioburn@yahoo.co.jp> ---
Oops, There was a mistake.
Chinese key is 0xF1, hanyoung key is 0xf2, as opposed to usb.

Anyway, I found a workaround about xorg-xf86-input-keyboard.

static int
isKoreankey(unsigned char c)
        return c == 0xF1 || c== 0xF2;

static void
stdReadInput(InputInfoPtr pInfo)
    KbdDevPtr pKbd = (KbdDevPtr) pInfo->private;
    unsigned char rBuf[64];
    int nBytes, i;
    if ((nBytes = read( pInfo->fd, (char *)rBuf, sizeof(rBuf))) > 0) {
       for (i = 0; i < nBytes; i++)
                  pKbd->PostEvent(pInfo, rBuf[i], TRUE);
                  pKbd->PostEvent(pInfo, rBuf[i], FALSE);
                        pKbd->PostEvent(pInfo, rBuf[i] & 0x7f,
                        rBuf[i] & 0x80 ? FALSE : TRUE);

It's not pretty code, but it seems to work. If there is no problem, I'll make a
bug report about it later.

It's not ideal, but I think there is no choice but to take the same approach
for evdev .

if (keycode != KEY_RESERVED) {
 if(Korean key){
  evdev_push_event(state->ks_evdev, EV_KEY,(uint16_t)keycode, 1);
  evdev_push_event(state->ks_evdev, EV_KEY,(uint16_t)keycode, 0);


  //do like before



K_CODE mode also similar code.

/* keycode to key action */

action = genkbd_keyaction(kbd, keycode, scancode & 0x80,

&state->ks_state, &state->ks_accents);

The workaround will be similar.

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