tcl.set-kbrd.sco Verb: Access/TCL

tcl.set-kbrd.sco

Command tcl.set-kbrd.sco Verb: Access/TCL
Applicable release versions: AP/SCO
Category TCL (746)
Description defines the keyboard type for port 0 (zero) on AP/SCO systems only.

The "e" or "u" options change the keyboard definitions. When filing the item, the keyboard is not changed until the "set-kbrd" command is issued without any options.

"set-kbrd" overrides the default setting, or the previously executed "set-func".

On AP/SCO, all Pick or Unix processes running on the Virtual Terminals on the memory mapped console will be affected by this command.

"item-id" is the item in the file, "dm,kb.fk,", which defines the functions keys. The definition of "item-id" is provided by SCO/Unix in the directory "/usr/lib/keyboard".

The files "kb.pc" and "kb.fk" are emptied. "set-kbrd" and "set-func" read from the SCO directory during the first load and updates to "kb.pc" and "kb.fk" also update the SCO directory.

These functions use "import", "export" and "mapstr".
Syntax set-kbrd file.reference item-id {(options}
Options e Invokes standard line editor ("ed") for updating definition.

u Invokes Update processor ("update") for updating definition.
Example
Purpose
Related filename.kb.pc
tcl.set-func
filename.kb
tcl.import
filename.kb.fk
tcl.set-kbrd
tcl.export.unix