Oh Thank you very much ! It worked.
On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 3:31 PM, Dave Mielke <d...@mielke.cc> wrote:
> [quoted lines by Syed Waris on 2018/04/16 at 14:17 +0530]
> >The problem is when a hindi character (example 'स' - unicode 0x938) needs
> >to be sent from brltty to some other application, the brltty is not
> >recognising it as a valid character and not sending it.
> >Code snippet:
> >enqueueCommand(BRL_CMD_BLK(PASSCHAR) | wideBuffer );
> >Here in brltty.log I got:
> >[brltty] command: 002938 (unknown command: 002938)
> Yes, the way you're trying to do it is logical but doesn't work. The
> reason for
> this is that the high-order byte for a 16-bit character is packed (for
> compatibility) in a different place. You need to do it like this:
> BRL_CMD_BLK(PASSCHAR) | BRL_ARG_SET(character)
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