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SubjectRe: [PATCH] hid-core: Configurable USB HID Mouse Interrupt Polling Interval
Greg KH wrote:

>On Sat, Dec 18, 2004 at 02:12:50AM +0000, Mikkel Krautz wrote:
>>This patch adds the option "USB HID Mouse Interrupt Polling Interval"
>>to drivers/usb/input/Kconfig, and a few lines of code to
>>drivers/usb/input/hid-core.c, to make the config option function.
>>It allows people to change the interval, at which their USB HID mice
>>are polled at. This is extremely useful for people who require high
>>precision, or just likes the feeling of a very precise mouse. ;)
>>As the Kconfig help implies, setting a lower polling interval is known
>>to work on several mice produced by Logitech and Microsoft. I only
>>have a Logitech MX500 to test it on. My results have been positive,
>>and so have many other people's.
>Why not just make it a sysfs file, so you can tune it per device? That
>way you also don't have to make it a Kconfig option.
>greg k-h
I'm not too familiar with sysfs, so I really don't know.

The interval is set when the device is configured - that's only once.

Therefore I think a static value in Kconfig is fine. Wouldn't a sysfs
entry be a little overkill for this?

Mikkel Krautz

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