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  1# $FreeBSD$
  2
  3TYPE		ROWCOL
  4NAME		UCS/KEYBOARD
  5SRC_ZONE	0x0000-0xF8FF
  6OOB_MODE	INVALID
  7DST_INVALID	0x100
  8DST_UNIT_BITS	16
  9#=======================================================================
 10#   File name:  KEYBOARD.TXT
 11#
 12#   Contents:   Map (external version) from Mac OS Keyboard
 13#               character set to Unicode 4.0 and later.
 14#
 15#   Copyright:  (c) 2001-2002, 2005 by Apple Computer, Inc., all rights
 16#               reserved.
 17#
 18#   Contact:    charsets@apple.com
 19#
 20#   Changes:
 21#
 22#       c02  2005-Apr-05    Change mappings for 0x09, 0x0F, 0x8C; add
 23#                           Mac OS X-only mappings for 0x8D-9x8F.
 24#                           Update header comments, including
 25#                           clarification of Mac OS X usage. Matches
 26#                           internal xml <c1.2> and Text Encoding
 27#                           Converter 2.0.
 28#      b1,c1 2002-Dec-19    First version. Matches internal utom<b6>.
 29#
 30# Standard header:
 31# ----------------
 32#
 33#   Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple
 34#   Computer, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries.
 35#   Unicode is a trademark of Unicode Inc. For the sake of brevity,
 36#   throughout this document, "Macintosh" can be used to refer to
 37#   Macintosh computers and "Unicode" can be used to refer to the
 38#   Unicode standard.
 39#
 40#   Apple Computer, Inc. ("Apple") makes no warranty or representation,
 41#   either express or implied, with respect to this document and the
 42#   included data, its quality, accuracy, or fitness for a particular
 43#   purpose. In no event will Apple be liable for direct, indirect,
 44#   special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from any
 45#   defect or inaccuracy in this document or the included data.
 46#
 47#   These mapping tables and character lists are subject to change.
 48#   The latest tables should be available from the following:
 49#
 50#   <http://www.unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS/VENDORS/APPLE/>
 51#
 52#   For general information about Mac OS encodings and these mapping
 53#   tables, see the file "README.TXT".
 54#
 55# Format:
 56# -------
 57#
 58#   Three tab-separated columns;
 59#   '#' begins a comment which continues to the end of the line.
 60#     Column #1 is the Mac OS Keyboard code (in hex as 0xNN)
 61#     Column #2 is the corresponding Unicode or Unicode sequence
 62#       (in hex as 0xNNNN or 0xNNNN+0xNNNN, etc.).
 63#     Column #3 is a comment containing the Unicode name.
 64#       In some cases an additional comment follows the Unicode name.
 65#
 66#   The entries are in Mac OS Keyboard code order.
 67#
 68#   Some of these mappings require the use of corporate characters.
 69#   See the file "CORPCHAR.TXT" and notes below.
 70#
 71#   The Mac OS Keyboard character set uses the ranges normally set aside
 72#   for controls, so those ranges are present in this table.
 73#
 74# Notes on Mac OS Keyboard:
 75# -------------------------
 76#
 77#   This is the encoding for the legacy font named ".Keyboard". Before
 78#   Mac OS X, this font was used by the user-interface system to display
 79#   glyphs for special keys on the keyboard. In Mac OS X, that font is
 80#   not present and this mapping is not associated with a font; it is
 81#   only used as a way to map from a set of Menu Manager constants to
 82#   associated Unicode sequences. As such, new mappings added for Mac OS
 83#   X only may be one-way mappings: From the Keyboard glyph "encoding"
 84#   to Unicode, but not back.
 85#
 86#   The Mac OS Keyboard encoding shares the script code smRoman
 87#   (0) with the Mac OS Roman encoding. To determine if the Keyboard
 88#   encoding is being used in Mac OS 8 or Mac OS 9, you must check if
 89#   the font name is ".Keyboard".
 90#
 91# Unicode mapping issues and notes:
 92# ---------------------------------
 93#
 94#   The goals in the mappings provided here are:
 95#   - For mappings used in Mac OS 8 and Mac OS 9, ensure roundtrip
 96#     mapping from every character in the Mac OS  Keyboard character set
 97#     to Unicode and back. This consideration does not apply to mappings
 98#     added for Mac OS X only (noted below).
 99#   - Use standard Unicode characters as much as possible, to
100#     maximize interchangeability of the resulting Unicode text.
101#     Whenever possible, avoid having content carried by private-use
102#     characters.
103#
104#   Some of the characters in the Mac OS Keyboard character set do not
105#   correspond to distinct, single Unicode characters. To map these
106#   and satisfy both goals above, we employ various strategies.
107#
108#   a) If possible, use private use characters in combination with
109#   standard Unicode characters to mark variants of the standard
110#   Unicode character.
111#
112#   Apple has defined a block of 32 corporate characters as "transcoding
113#   hints." These are used in combination with standard Unicode
114#   characters to force them to be treated in a special way for mapping
115#   to other encodings; they have no other effect. Sixteen of these
116#   transcoding hints are "grouping hints" - they indicate that the next
117#   2-4 Unicode characters should be treated as a single entity for
118#   transcoding. The other sixteen transcoding hints are "variant tags"
119#   - they are like combining characters, and can follow a standard
120#   Unicode (or a sequence consisting of a base character and other
121#   combining characters) to cause it to be treated in a special way for
122#   transcoding. These always terminate a combining-character sequence.
123#
124#   The transcoding coding hints used in this mapping table are two
125#   grouping tags, 0xF860-61, and one variant tag, 0xF87F. Since these
126#   are combined with standard Unicode characters, some characters in
127#   the Mac OS Keyboard character set map to a sequence of two to four
128#   Unicodes instead of a single Unicode character.
129#
130#   For example, the Mac OS Keyboard character at 0x6F, representing the
131#   F1 key, is mapped to Unicode using the grouping tag F860 (group next
132#   two) followed by U+0046 (LATIN CAPITAL LETTER F) and U+0031 (DIGIT
133#   ONE).
134#
135#   b) Otherwise, use private use characters by themselves to map Mac OS
136#   Keyboard characters which have no relationship to any standard
137#   Unicode character.
138#
139#   The following additional corporate zone Unicode characters are
140#   used for this purpose here:
141#
142#     0xF802  Lower left pencil
143#     0xF803  Contextual menu key symbol
144#     0xF8FF  Apple logo
145#
146#   NOTE: The graphic image associated with the Apple logo character
147#   is not authorized for use without permission of Apple, and
148#   unauthorized use might constitute trademark infringement.
149#
150# Details of mapping changes in each version:
151# -------------------------------------------
152#
153#   Changes from version c01 to version c02:
154#
155#   - Mapping for 0x09 changed from 0x0009 (wrong) to 0x2423
156#   - Mapping for 0x0F changed from 0x270E (wrong) to 0xF802
157#   - Mapping for 0x8C changed from 0xF804 to 0x23CF (Unicode 4.0)
158#   - Add Mac OS X-only mappings for 0x8D-0x8F
159#
160##################
161BEGIN_MAP
1620x0000 = 0x00
1630x0008 = 0x08
1640x000D = 0x0D
1650x0020 = 0x20
1660x0030 = 0x30
1670x0031 = 0x31
1680x0032 = 0x32
1690x0033 = 0x33
1700x0034 = 0x34
1710x0035 = 0x35
1720x0036 = 0x36
1730x0037 = 0x37
1740x0038 = 0x38
1750x0039 = 0x39
176#0x003F+0x20DD = 0x67
1770x0046 = 0x46
1780x2190 = 0x64
1790x2191 = 0x68
1800x2192 = 0x65
1810x2193 = 0x6A
1820x2196 = 0x66
1830x2198 = 0x69
1840x21A9 = 0x0B
1850x21AA = 0x0C
1860x21DE = 0x62
1870x21DF = 0x6B
1880x21E0 = 0x18
1890x21E1 = 0x19
1900x21E2 = 0x1A
1910x21E3 = 0x10
1920x21E4 = 0x03
1930x21E5 = 0x02
1940x21E7 = 0x05
1950x21EA = 0x63
1960x2303 = 0x06
1970x2318 = 0x11
1980x2324 = 0x04
1990x2325 = 0x07
2000x2326 = 0x0A
2010x2327 = 0x1C
2020x232B = 0x17
2030x2387 = 0x8B
2040x2388 = 0x8A
2050x238B = 0x1B
2060x23CF = 0x8C
2070x2423 = 0x09
2080x2423 = 0x61
2090x25C6 = 0x13
2100x2713 = 0x12
211#0x2758+0x20DD = 0x6E
212#0x304B+0x306A = 0x8E
213#0x82F1+0x6570 = 0x8D
2140xF802 = 0x0F
2150xF803 = 0x6D
216#0xF860+0x0046+0x0031 = 0x6F
217#0xF860+0x0046+0x0032 = 0x70
218#0xF860+0x0046+0x0033 = 0x71
219#0xF860+0x0046+0x0034 = 0x72
220#0xF860+0x0046+0x0035 = 0x73
221#0xF860+0x0046+0x0036 = 0x74
222#0xF860+0x0046+0x0037 = 0x75
223#0xF860+0x0046+0x0038 = 0x76
224#0xF860+0x0046+0x0039 = 0x77
225#0xF861+0x0046+0x0031+0x0030 = 0x78
226#0xF861+0x0046+0x0031+0x0031 = 0x79
227#0xF861+0x0046+0x0031+0x0032 = 0x7A
228#0xF861+0x0046+0x0031+0x0033 = 0x87
229#0xF861+0x0046+0x0031+0x0034 = 0x88
230#0xF861+0x0046+0x0031+0x0035 = 0x89
231#0xF861+0x0046+0x0031+0x0036 = 0x8F
2320xF8FF = 0x14
233#0xF8FF+0xF87F = 0x6C
234END_MAP