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Re: [Qemu-devel] usb-tablet support

From: Fabrice Bellard
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] usb-tablet support
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 23:07:12 +0200
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Brad Campbell wrote:
G'day all,

This takes Anthony Liguori's <address@hidden> patch from this morning and rolls into it my hid descriptor fixes and the wheel sdl double step fix.

<quote from Anthonys original post>

I spent some time cleaning this all up. The following integrates Brad's patches and the patch from http://gnome.dnsalias.net/patches/qemu-hidmousexp.patch

It adds a new emulated USB device that reports absolute coordinates. It also modifies SDL to operate in grabless mode when an absolute input device is enabled. I think it's pretty close to apply-able. To use, just specify: -usbdevice tablet

With Xorg from CVS, the evdev driver segfaults. This is apparently expected behavior. Hopefully it will be fixed soon. It works quite nicely under Win2k.


I've now comprehensively tested this with Win98, Win2k and WinXP.
I suspect it's ready to go in.

OK. I'll merge the tablet patch and the VNC server support ASAP so that it will be in the next release. Thank you !


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