| 8bit characters
, latin1 keysyms
, compose sequences
| app resources, xterm
| mem footprints
X11 User-low-level configuration
Most of the following rather for the interested than as a fast help.
- How to use eight-bit characters in X11,
especially the characters that are not literally on your keyboard.
- Some hints about xmodmap(1) and the X11
If you want to map western european 8bit characters, you need
Both files are raw iso-latin-1 text instead of HTML.
You might as well be interested in
Knappen's postscript file "charset Latin-1 and the character
names under LaTeX, HTML, X11 (xmodmap) and PostScript"
If you want to use such characters in your applications, you
might have to take care of your
settings, as Unix originally is rather 7bit (ASCII) by default.
- About xterm(1)
- The libXt with its feature 'translation tables':
mapping actions on events.
- XTerm X resources with comments and hints about
numerous aspects of X resources in general.
- xterm control sequences (ctlseqs.ms / ctlseqs.txt)
- Follow X11 requests with xmond/xmonui,
e.g., "what font does it want?"
- Let xev(1) show also the
(plus option to limit output to key and button events only).
- German-lang only: Marcus Jodorf made a fine and almost complete
(external link) about all the ways, Xresources get loaded.
- memory footprints of several (mostly small)
windowmanagers on Solaris 2.5. Not really useful, but