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Re: Languages, translations, locales, timezones, keyboard layouts and the lang-table



On Tue, 2011-12-06 at 11:25 -0500, Martin Gracik wrote:
> I think you have to have a lookup table that maps locale/language to a default keyboard layout, I don't see a way of guessing it from the language name or locale. The point is that we don't need to maintain the table in anaconda. Do you know about some other tool/package that provides this language->keyboard layout mappings?
> 
> For example the territory->timezones mappings are in pytz, or it can be parsed from zonetab, but I haven't found anything similar with the keyboard layouts.

How does the GNOME control center keyboard layout dialog do it?

~m


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