my Xinput module for the tablet

Chuck Robey chuckr at
Thu Jun 5 11:30:06 PDT 2008

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Rémi Cardona wrote:
> Chuck Robey a écrit :
>> Maybe you like that, but I like to have 2-4 different pages full of
>> different
>> vim instantiations open while I code, and opening them up just to shut
>> them down
>> is a huge PITA, mainly to be avoided.  I am currently trying to get a
>> good xorg
>> build going, so the method suggested above can be tested, sure hope 
>> it works.
> Then GNU Screen is your best friend :)
> Cheers,
> Rémi

Why is it that Peter's suggestion of using dbus compatibility to have drivers be
loaded and unladed hot a bad thing?  It allows me to keep my X11 up the whole
time, and bring it up and down very rapidly for testing.  It seems like a very
good idea, so why is everyone else pushing me away from it?

Unless I get some better notion than personal feelings, I am going to stay the

Beyond that, the build keeps on dying, it seems just at the end of libxcb, when
it can't find xinput.h.  I haven't any choice but to see what the build order
it, and see if I can get past it, but if anyone recognizes this problem (it
can't be there for everyone to see) I'd appreciate a hint or two.
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