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SubjectRe: [patch 04/33] m68k: Atari keyboard and mouse support.
> > > > +       // need to init core driver if not already done so
> > > > + if (atari_keyb_init())
> > >
> > > Memory leak
> >
> > How so? If the core has been initialized already this will just return ...
> >
>
> You just allocated atakbd_dev. If atari_keyb_init() fails you leak it.

I see. Won't probably happen, but there's no reason to take a risk.

> > > It looks like this driver is not using standard input event codes. If
> > > Roman does not want to adjust keymaps on Amiga and Atari that should
> > > be handled in legacy keyboard driver (drivers/char/keyboard.c). As it
> > > is programs using /dev/input/eventX have no chance of working.
> >
> > The translation map should not have been overwritten like above, is that
> > what you mean?
> > My original patch didn't have that bit; scancodes were translated to
> > input keycodes using atakbd_keycode[scancode] instead. I'll have that
> > reverted...
> >
>
> Does KEY_1 actually maps to scancode 2 on atari?

It sure does. For most of the keys, the identity mapping is in fact OK.
There's a lot of keys where this breaks, though. Plus the notorious
scancode 0 :-)

Michael
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