A comment in x11proto/xkeysymdef.h says to keep it in sync with xc/lib/X11/KeyBind.c (now libX11/src/KeyBind.c) and the protocol definition in xc/doc/specs/XProtocol/X11.keysyms (now xorg-docs/specs/XProtocol/X11.keysyms).
I’m preparing a patch for the latter.
As for KeyBind.c, I see two issues:
First, it #defines a subset of the #ifdefs in keysymdef.h before explicitly #including it. That could be cured by #including keysym.h instead, which already does that heavy lifting, and is more likely to be kept in sync with keysymdef.h.
Second, it has code to do case mapping, but that — according to the comments — has not been updated to reflect characters added to the UCS since Unicode version 4.0. That likely should be expanded to include the new characters.
Did you ever prepare that patch you mentioned? Is this still an issue with
I’ll have to do some archeology....
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