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答复: Re: [Xen-devel][PATCH]ioemu: fix altgr-insert behavior

Thank you, Ian. The complete patch description:
When access to a Xen DomU (Linux) from a VNC client in Windows, alt-gr key is not working properly with Spanish keyboard. When Alt + another key pressed, vncserver receives Altgr down, Altgr up and key down messages in order, that causes incorrect output.
With following patch, when vncerver receives key down message, it first check if the keysym needs altgr modifer, if it needs altgr modifier but altgr is not 'down', sending altgr keycode before sending key keycode. 
Signed-off-by: Chunyan Liu <cyliu@xxxxxxxxxx>

>>> Ian Jackson <Ian.Jackson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 2010/9/11 1:42 >>>
Chun Yan Liu writes ("[Xen-devel][PATCH]ioemu: fix altgr-insert behavior"):
> Ian, attachment is the patch, the same as I've sent in previous
> mail. I don't know if you've received it before, so I send it
> again. Please have a review, thanks.

Thanks.  I've taken a look and I'll apply it but I need a

You do it like this:
   Signed-off-by: Ian Jackson <ian.jackson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
except with your name and email address.  This indicates that you are
certifying the code as suitable (copyright-wise and so on) for
inclusion in Xen.  You can find the precise meaning in the Linux
upstream kernel tree (Documentation/SubmittingPatches, copy below).


>From Documentation/SubmittingPatches:

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