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SubjectRe: [PATCH] input: bcm5974: report ABS_MT events
Andrew Morton wrote:
> On Tue, 13 Oct 2009 00:23:43 +0200
> "Henrik Rydberg" <> wrote:
>> This patch makes bcm5974 report raw multi-touch (MT) data in the form
>> of ABS_MT events. The module parameter (nomt) may be used to turn off
>> the effect of this patch.
> Why do we need a module parameter to disable the newly-added feature?

All MT events bypass the input filtering and gets sent directly to the X driver.
Although it works as intended, without visible side effects, the stream of
events is rather large, and since the bypassing is completely new behavior, I
felt compelled to provide an option to turn it all off. Perhaps it is just me
being paranoid.

> IMO, your first patch ("input: bcm5974: retract efi-broken
> suspend_resume") is 2.6.32 material whereas this one is 2.6.33
> material?
> This assumes that the two patches can be safely separated in this
> manner, which does appear to be the case.

I was imagining both for 2.6.33; the efi booting is just beginning to work, and
since no distro is using it fully so far the problem currently only hits the
adventure-seekers anyways.


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