splitting from Bug 2693.
The Nigerian government has developped a Nigerian keyboard layout
http://www.nitda.gov.ng/projects/kbd/index.php (for Hausa, Igbo, and Yoruba).
To fully support this keyboard we should be able to associate composed
characters like ẹ́ <e,U+0323,U+0301> to a key.
This could probably be done through Compose? If not see Bug 4575.
The Kasahorow site has layouts (identical) for Fula (Fulfude) and Hausa, both
spoken in Nigeria:
A Yoruba keyboard layout:
A Nigerian multilingual keyboard layout:
For a list a of characters used in orthographies of Nigerian languages:
This bug has changed, since there is are ng layouts.
The Hausa and Igbo layouts for Nigeria look fine. But the Yoruba layout is missing combining diacritics need for things like ẹ́ <e,U+0323,U+0301>.
The precomposed characters dotted below are present so there's only a need for U+0301 and U+0300 (combining acute and grave).
Denis, sorry, I did not see that bug for some while. Do you have a patch against the latest xk-c code?
No updates for 2.5 years