> The keycodemap project[1] provides a database mapping between
> many different keysym/keycode/scancode sets, along with a
> tool to generate mapping/lookup tables in various programming
> languages. It is already used by GTK-VNC, SPICE-GTK and
> libvirt.
> This series enables its use in QEMU, thus fixing a great
> many bugs/ommissions in the 15+ key mapping tables people
> have manually written for QEMU.
> The keycodemapdb code is designed to be used as a git
> sub-module, it is not an external dependancy you need
> installed before use.
> This series converts all the front ends and all the input
> devices which are using the new InputEvent framework. A
> handful of devices still use the legacy kbd handler

I checked out your GitHub repo's keycodemap branch and tried to build it on Mac 
OS 10.12. This is the error message I saw:

  GEN     module_block.h
make: *** No rule to make target `ui/input-keymap-atset1-to-qcode.c', needed by 
`Makefile'.  Stop.
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....

Commands used: 
git clone https://github.com/berrange/qemu.git
git checkout keycodemap

./configure --target-list=ppc-softmmu,i386-softmmu
make -j 4

Note: using the make command without the "-j 4" argument still causes the same 
error to appear. 

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