I came across an interesting oddity, the significance of which people might
explain to me
/usr/X11R6/include/X11/keysymdef.h (a header file?) in my system has both
EuroSign and EcuSign defined. That's nice; but
which is apparently what the system actually actually uses, has neither. Have
I stumbled on something to explain my missing euro? Is this all irrelevant?
Will someone who has a euro happening for them in X grep their XKeysymDB for
either EuroSign or EcuSign please, and paste in the lines. I can hack my file
with authority then :)
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