[PATCH libinput] Add our own version of linux/input.h
thiago at kde.org
Tue Jun 3 08:17:22 PDT 2014
Em ter 03 jun 2014, às 19:32:06, Peter Hutterer escreveu:
> > The current situation is vague, and this patch probably is not intended
> > to fix that at all, but is there a plan? Or is it expected that other
> > OSs implement their own libinput or something?
> No, other OS can use libinput, they just need to get evdev into the
> kernel BSD is already working on this, there's probably options for
> having a shim between the kernel and userspace but at that point you're
> probably better off doing it in the kernel directly.
Let me extend the question: what happens if one such OS decides to add another
constant for something that Linux doesn't have yet. Who decides the value?
Should we have H. Peter Anvin resurrect the LANANA so we can have a central
registry of codes? Should BSD kernel developers submit Linux kernel patches?
Should it be first come, first serve?
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