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    Subject[PATCH 0/8] Set of input (psmouse) patches
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    Hi Vojtech,

    Here is new bunch of small psmouse patches. Nothing particularly interesting
    except probably exporting rate, resolution, resetafter and smartscroll
    parameters as sysfs attributes. Protocol exporting and switching is still
    in progress though...

    01-alps-signature.patch
    - add a new signature to ALPS response table (Inspiron 8500)

    02-rate-resolution-handlers.patch
    - add set_rate and set_resolution handlers to psmouse structure
    to reduce dependencies between protocols, helps wihen exporting
    resolutin and rate via sysfs

    03-synaptics-guest-protocol-switch.patch
    - not only set 4 byte guest protocol but also reset it back to 3
    if for some odd reason user reconnects guest requesting lower
    protocol.

    04-psmouse-probe-fix.patch
    - patch from Marko Macek dealing with probing and his KVM (the thing
    doctors stream and gets confused by the extended probes)

    05-psmouse-sysfs-attr.patch
    - export rate, resolution, resetafter and smartscroll as sysfs
    attributes.

    06-psmouse-drop-ps2tpp.patch
    - get rid of PS2T++ protocol symbol as it it handled exactly the same
    as PS2++. This leaves space for THINKPS protocol and allows keeping
    old Synaptics and Alps protocol numbers that Synaptics X driver
    relied on.

    07-separate-ps2pp-handling.patch
    - complete separation of PS2++ protocol deconding by moving everything
    into logips2pp.c - cleanup.

    08-psmouse-packet-size.patch
    - add pktsize to psmouse structure and check it instead on relying on
    protcol numbering. Also rearrange detect routines in preparation to
    dynamic protocol switching via sysfs.

    Please let me know what you think and I will push it on bkbits.

    Thanks!

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    Dmitry
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