Rewrite keymap code to work on more platforms
The current keymap code assumes an Xorg server on Linux with either evdev or kbd drivers. This adds heuristics to detect XQuartz (Xorg on OS-X) and XWin (Xorg on Cygwin). Further it adds support for native GDK on OS-X and Win32. It is not possible to assume that keycodes < 87 have a 1-1 mapping to RFB (XT) keycodes. Thus the keymap arrays must have a complete dataset, all special casing is removed. All master keymaps are defined in a CSV file. THis covers Linux keycodes, OSX keycodes, AT set1, 2 & 3, XT keycodes, the XT encoding used by the Linux KBD driver, USB keycodes, Win32 keycodes, the XT encoding used by Xorg on Cygwin, the XT encoding used by Xorg on Linux with kbd driver. Further RFB and final Xorg driver mappings are derived from these master maps automatically. The keymap-gen.pl tool can generate lookup tables between all possible keycode sets as required. eg To generate a map from native Win32 keycodes to RFB keycodes keymap-gen.pl keymaps.csv win32 rfb * gtk-vnc.spec.in, mingw32-gtk-vnc.spec.in: Require Text::CSV for generating keymaps * src/Makefile.am: Generate keymaps dynamically * src/keymap-gen.pl: Tool to generate keymaps from CSV file * src/keymaps.csv: Master keymap definitions * src/vncconnection.c: Improve keypress log message * src/vncdisplay.c: Convert to guint16 for keymap table * src/vncdisplaykeymap.c, src/vncdisplaykeymap.h: Use a new dynamically generated, full keymap.