[ANNOUNCE] xf86-input-diamondtouch 0.3.0

Peter Hutterer peter at cs.unisa.edu.au
Wed Jun 25 00:48:00 PDT 2008

This driver is not part of the X.Org distribution.

In the process of tying up loose ends, the DiamondTouch driver has been updated
to compile against the current X server. The now-deprecated blob code has been
disabled (albeit not removed).
The driver now supports multi-device hotplugging through the option
"NumDevices". This enables users to let the DT be hotplugged through HAL, but
still create up to 4 devices in the X server to represent the required number
of users.


Peter Hutterer (15):
      Ensure that only one blob at a time does pointer emulation.
      Fix up call to xf86PostMotionEvent, supply the correct parameters.
      remove trailing whitespaces.
      Adapt to new API for rotation, elevation, etc.
      Adopt to new PostBlobEvent API.
      Remove compiler warning about unused variable.
      Use new InitBlobClassDeviceStruct API.
      pass button 1 through by default.
      Disable blob support by default.
      Protect against XINPUT ABI < 3
      Add support for NumDevices option. Recurses to create multiple devices.
      Update man page to deprecate blob options, shuffle some code around.
      Add HOTPLUG.README with the HAL keys for x11-input.fdi
      strdup options passed to recursively created devices.
      Bump to 0.3.0

git tag: xf86-input-diamondtouch-0.3.0

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