gen_keymap - generate a keyboard map decision tree
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gen_keymap generates a decision tree from a set of keyboard maps which
can be used to help a user decide which keyboard map to use. The program
using the decision tree typically asks the user to press some keys; at
each step, it examines the returned keycode and uses it to prune the list
of possible keyboard maps until there is only one left.
Show program’s version number and exit.
Show help text.
Be more verbose.
Too-short keymaps are skipped (default: 30 entries).
Generate a hopefully-nice-looking .dot file.
Print the to-be-processed keymaps
Input files are in d-i map form.
-IDIRS, --inc=DIRS, --include=DIRS
Add a directory to the search path.
Set output file (default: stdout).
Include only the branches leading to these keymaps.
Start generating the tree based only on these keymaps. (The
difference between --filter and --useonly is that the former
generates the whole tree and then prunes it, while the latter only
generates a reduced tree to begin with. This may have implications
for performance on large trees.)
Keymaps to skip.
Test the generated maps.
Ask user to choose among indistinguishable keymaps.
gen_keymap was written by Matthias Urlichs 〈email@example.com〉. This
manual page was written by Colin Watson 〈firstname.lastname@example.org〉.