Note that I just tried, this morning, the patch found
and after hand editing the files to get the code in the right place, then doing
a make clean and make, the resulting Tk library appears to handle the sun
numeric keypad 'correctly'; that is to say:
In num lock on mode, the 0-9 characters and the ., +, -, *, and / keys generate the corresponding
characters. I'm uncertain what the Enter key is generating.
In num lock off mode, the 2, 4, 6, 8 keys result in cursor motion. The . key
generates a delete of the right most character (it is labeled as . and del).
The + key generates a +. The /, *, -, 0, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 keys do not appear
to generate anything visible.
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