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8134984: Text files should end in exactly one newline Summary: automated fixup of newlines at end-of-file via the usual perl one-liner Reviewed-by: chegar, sherman
author martin
date Wed, 02 Sep 2015 14:11:50 -0700
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  @bug 4490692
  @author Naoto Sato
  @ignore The fix for this problem was backed out for 5057184.  Remove this "ignore" tag when it is fixed again.
  @run applet/manual=yesno bug4490692.html
    <title>Test for KEY_PRESS event for accented characters</title>

      <h1>Test for KEY_PRESS event for accented characters: Bug id 4490692</h1>

This test is for unix platforms only. Press OK if you are not
testing on those platforms.

Before the test, you need to modify the keyboard mapping for X by issueing
the following command:

xmodmap -e 'keycode 60 = aacute'  (this is for Solaris Sparc keyboard)
xmodmap -e 'keycode 23 = aacute'  (this is for Linux PC keyboard)

This command lets you type 'a with acute' character when you press 'Tab' keytop. <b>Please
do not fail to restore the original key mapping by doing the following after the test</b>

xmodmap -e 'keycode 60 = Tab'  (this is for Solaris Sparc keyboard)
xmodmap -e 'keycode 23 = Tab'  (this is for Linux PC keyboard)

Confirm the following two behaviors:

    "KEYPRESS received for aacute" is displayed when you press 'Tab' keytop.
    On Solaris Sparc keyboard, The key sequence ("Compose", "a", "'") generates a-acute character in en_US locale

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