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SubjectRe: [patch] Re: "Internet Keyboard" support for Linux
Just one little comment here..

On Fri, Dec 10, 1999 at 10:24:47PM +0000, Ryan Lortie wrote:
<snip>
> and in the handle_scancode routine (near the very top, just after the variable
> declarations):
> if( keyboard_addon )
> if( keyboard_addon( scancode, down ) )
> return;
> If the keyboard_addon symbol has been set to a non-0, then the handler is
> called. If the handler returns non-zero, then it has handled the scancode and
> handle_scancode can return. If the handler returns 0, then handle_scancode
> proceeds normally.

Errm, what happens if you want more then one addon? (IE, sysrq and mouse
emulation)

Zephaniah E. Hull..
>
> Ryan

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