All examples and the installed 10-x11-input.fdi use the Legacy Keys.
As stated in the linked document:
These keys are deprecated. Use these instead:
Steps to Reproduce:
Should be fixed sometime. Isn't hard. And works for now.
I've used sed statements to make these updates, will release this as patchset number 4. Thank you for your detailed bug report, it made it easy to fix the issue.
+*hal-0.5.11-r7 (04 Feb 2009)
+ 04 Feb 2009; <email@example.com> metadata.xml, +hal-0.5.11-r7.ebuild:
+ Avoid circular dependencies between HAL and X by dropping migration script
+ and py86 dependency, closes bug #225091 by Ster0n <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
+ Properly ignore Dell recovery partitions, patch supplied by Pacho Ramos
+ <email@example.com> in bug #236784. Stop hiding unmounted
+ partitions, as suggested by Kirill Igorevich Cherniy
+ <firstname.lastname@example.org> in bug #247025. Upstream patch identified by
+ Rafael <email@example.com> fixes detection of partitions over ~1.2TB in
+ size, closes bug #253815 by Yar Odin <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Cease using
+ deprecated keys in our installed examples, as pointed out by Sebastian
+ Günther <email@example.com> in bug #256304.
Um... dropping migration script causes X to load a standard us keyboard. That's strange, because I have not removed Input section for keyboard from /etc/X11/xorg.conf and my keys went crazy after upgrading from hal-0.5.11-r6 to -r7.
(In reply to comment #3)
> Um... dropping migration script causes X to load a standard us keyboard.
The migration script will be back later. You should be making your changes in /etc, not /usr/share/hal as they will be overwritten otherwise. Also, you should be opening a new bug for a new problem, not leaving comments in a resolved one.