Looking for a native Tetris game with customizable keys

Steve O'Hara-Smith steve at sohara.org
Thu Oct 13 18:15:04 UTC 2016

On Thu, 13 Oct 2016 16:24:29 +0000
Manish Jain <bourne.identity at hotmail.com> wrote:

> On 10/13/16 17:30, freebsd-questions-request at freebsd.org wrote:
> > There's bsdtris which by default uses k for rotate and space for
> > drop, but supports a command line parameter to set the six controls to
> > any key you like.
> >
> > -- Steve O'Hara-Smith <steve at sohara.org>
> Hi Steve,
> Thanks for this lead. I had already zeroed in on bsdtris (after sifting 
> through all possible tetris variants under /usr/ports/games).
> bsdtris solves the problem that the (clockwise) rotation key can be 
> mapped to the Space bar. But now I have the aux problem that the piece 
> left-right movement keys somehow have to be mapped to my keyboard's left 
> and right keys (< and > in the middle section; not in the numeric pad; 
> which I simply never use).
> I have no idea if that is possible. Could putting something in the 
> .input_profile get that map to work ?

	That's a problem because bsdtris configuration is in single
characters but the arrow keys produce escape sequences with three
characters each. Hmm vitetris boasts configurable keys, - yep it can set
the keys you want.

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