[PATCH 01/12] dbus-core: Move to hw/xfree86/common dir

Keith Packard keithp at keithp.com
Wed Jan 29 21:16:36 PST 2014

Peter Hutterer <peter.hutterer at who-t.net> writes:

> For me the main reason they've been lingering for that long is because
> fixing them properly is time-consuming for little gain. I've started with
> various warning fixes over the years but usually gave up after a few because
> there were more pressing things to fix.

Yeah, turns out that once you have a basic plan of attack, it's not all
that hard to just go fix all of them in any particular module.

> * sorry, BSDs, Solaris, etc. start using evdev already.

The sad thing is that 'back in the day', Unix kernels *did* offer this
kind of standardized interface to input devices. Of course, being Unix,
none of them were the same. Sigh.

Thanks for making all of this work; I'm looking forward to seeing the
rest of this stuff land!

keith.packard at intel.com
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