[Coco] Wanted: NitrOS-9 or OS9 keyboard map.
robert.gault at worldnet.att.net
Sat Jan 14 09:34:46 EST 2006
I can't reproduce your problems. I'm using the current developer's build
3.2.6 and MESS 102 for the test. The makefile selects shell_21 as the
version to place on the disk images. There actually are three shells
that could be selected: shell, shellplus, shell_21.
The ident for the shell is:
Header for: Shell
Module size: $1B3C #6972
Module CRC: $F7436F (Good)
Hdr parity: $0C
Exec. off: $006E #110
Data Size: $1F00 #7936
Edition: $16 #22
Ty/La At/Rv: $11 $82
Prog mod, 6809 obj, re-en, R/O
Line editing uses the arrow, shift arrow, and ctrl arrow keys. Any use
of tmode, changes the editing keys.
Paul T. Barton wrote:
> If I change anything while in the shell, like
> TMODE RPR=(something_else)
> TMODE BSP=(something_else)
> it doesn't affect line-editing.
> it seems to be using the older
> OS9 line-editing key-strokes.
> --- Robert Gault <robert.gault at worldnet.att.net> wrote:
>>The keys are defined in the SCFDefs file which
>>you can access either
>>with any OS-9 system disk in the defs directory
>>or various def files in the NitrOS-9 project.
>>Paul T. Barton wrote:
>>>Can someone please point me to the OS9
>>>keyboard map. Wanted: keypreses in hex
>>>for CTRL-keys SHIFT-keys ALT-keys.
>>>I already have the shift/unshifted ones
>>>from 'unravelled' but that's not complete.
>>>Paul - idezilla
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