Any chance somebody here has bludgeoned the sezanzeb/input-remapper project on GH to work on void?

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  • input-remapper

    🎮 ⌨ An easy to use tool to change the behaviour of your input devices.

    I use some strange layouts on vintage keyboards and don't always go though the trouble of converting them all to qmk. I found this project sezanzeb/input-remapper and used to use it from the AUR when I was on Arch. It made things pretty straightforward since layouts were input device specific and non global making this rather convenient for me.

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    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • kmonad

    An advanced keyboard manager

    There are a lot of daemons for keyboard remapping. I use kmonad, but i was going to try keyd and kanata. Both kmonad and keyd are on the package repository. kanata is not. Kanata with the tcp server could be useful for non global configuration.

  • keyd

    A key remapping daemon for linux.

    There are a lot of daemons for keyboard remapping. I use kmonad, but i was going to try keyd and kanata. Both kmonad and keyd are on the package repository. kanata is not. Kanata with the tcp server could be useful for non global configuration.

  • kanata

    Improve keyboard comfort and usability with advanced customization

    There are a lot of daemons for keyboard remapping. I use kmonad, but i was going to try keyd and kanata. Both kmonad and keyd are on the package repository. kanata is not. Kanata with the tcp server could be useful for non global configuration.

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