[Openmcl-devel] keys

Daniel Dickison danieldickison at gmail.com
Tue Apr 7 13:00:50 UTC 2009


Well a plain standalone 'tilde' as used by FORMAT is a different  
character than the tilde accent character.  On my US keyboard, typing  
option-shift-n gives me the character #\Small_Tilde (#x2DC) while the  
real "Tilde" (#x7E) is typed by Shift-backtick (the key to the left of  
the "1").  Is it possible that option-n is giving you #x2DC instead of  
#x7E?

I'm not sure exactly what your keyboard is doing, but Mac OS X lets  
you customize keyboard layouts via an XML file, and there's a nice GUI  
front end to this functionality called Ukulele:
     http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&id=Ukelele
You might find it useful to create a "Lisp Layout" which makes it  
easier to type the various Common Lisp special characters.  (I have  
one that modifies Dvorak to makes it easier to type paretheses, tilde,  
# etc.)


On Apr 7, 2009, at 3:29 AM, Joakim Sandgren wrote:

> I'm working on ccl IDE 1.3 32bits,
> just tried c-q and then option n to have a tilde but that just gave  
> me the console with a lots of red text...
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