xserver-1.4-branch & 1.4.1 release?
daniel at fooishbar.org
Mon Oct 29 16:04:05 PDT 2007
On Tue, Oct 09, 2007 at 04:13:50AM +0300, Daniel Stone wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 03:03:50AM +0300, Daniel Stone wrote:
> > Still using server-1.4-branch, and still with the same nomination
> > process. Unless Adam or Eric have any fierce objections, we'll roll
> > with the usual process (nominate on the wiki and then one of us three
> > will cherry-pick) for the next 3 or so weeks, then drop back into code
> > freeze rules (patches have to be reviewed by at least one of us three,
> > in addition to the committer).
> > We haven't worked out who exactly will do it yet, but I can and am happy
> > to (much input stuff to fix up before I start blue-skying again), so.
> I'll be release-managing 1.4.1, since the biggest changes will be a
> bunch of input fixes I need to cherry-pick from Peter's MPX work
> (thanks!) to make extended events really work properly. One of Eric or
> Adam will do 1.5.0, so I don't know what the alpha/beta/RC schedule for
> that looks like, but I assume it needs pciaccess to settle down and come
> into wider use first. Anyway.
There are some fixes on server-1.4-branch now, and input-fixes-for-1.4.1
has some fixes to at least generally light up LEDs (mostly cherry-picked
from Peter's MPX work: thanks!). The input event processing is still a
horrible, horrible disaster, though. Also, if you have Caps Lock
remapped (e.g. ctrl:nocaps), the LED will still light up even so (but I
think I know what the issue is). Even so, progress.
Please test this (distributors especially) and give me feedback.
The axis scaling thing still isn't fixed yet, but I will get to that.
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