[PATCH v2 libinput 00/26] tablet: support the remaining tools
killertofu at gmail.com
Wed Feb 25 17:50:32 PST 2015
On 2/23/2015 10:21 PM, Peter Hutterer wrote:
> This is a v2 of the patchset here
> but reshuffled, rebased and a couple of things merged in. Notable:
> libinput now uses libwacom to get tool/tablet information. This is complete
> for this set yet, but a few more fixes are due to go into libwacom (e.g.
> axis listing) so we can remove this knowledge from libinput. Likewise, the
> missing eraser stylus buttons Lyude pointed out in the other thread will be
> fixed in libwacom.
> If libwacom isn't available, we fall back on basic logic to set the various
> bits on the tools.
> mouse buttons and the mouse wheel are now handled. art pen rotation is
> fixed, was relying on BTN_TOOL_BRUSH first - the art pen is a BTN_TOOL_PEN.
> other patches have seen a rebase and reshuffle and thus seen slight changes.
> added get_axis_delta and get_axis_delta_discrete(). The latter for the mouse
> wheel, the former allows the caller to make a decision about the tablet mode
> on a per-event or per-client basis.
> The couple of libwacom issues aside, this should make the tablet-support
> branch feature-complete.
> branch available for testing:
> wayland-devel mailing list
> wayland-devel at lists.freedesktop.org
I've run through all the tools I could get my hands on with an Intuos
Pro and everything largely behaves as it should. I do see that the
event-debug program aborts upon removing a tool that was in proximity
before it started (in print_proximity_event, libnput_tool_get_type
returns 0) but haven't been able to track it down further. It also
doesn't seem to acknowledge the scroll wheel on my Graphire4 puck, but
that's not exactly a high priority (aside from being my daily driver :D)
Aside from the in-line patch comments, consider this Reviewed-by.
Now instead of four in the eights place /
you’ve got three, ‘Cause you added one /
(That is to say, eight) to the two, /
But you can’t take seven from three, /
So you look at the sixty-fours....
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