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    SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 0/6] hid: Introduce device groups
    On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 10:45 AM, Jiri Kosina <> wrote:
    > On Wed, 2 May 2012, Benjamin Tissoires wrote:
    >> > It's currently in a shape I would be okay to pushing out for -next and
    >> > scheduling for next merge window, and I will do so tomorrow if nothing
    >> > else pops up during testing or reviews.
    >> Hi Jiri,
    >> Well, I'm back in my lab this morning, and I'm testing your branch
    >> against the different devices we have here. I'm observing a strange
    >> problem: when connecting some devices, the first touch is always at
    >> 0,0. If I rmmod and insmod hid_multitouch it seems to work after....
    >> I'm investigating this bug now. I'll tell you when I'm done. I still
    >> don't now if it's related to Henrik's changes or 3.4-rc4.
    > I see, thanks a lot for the heads-up, I will be waiting for your analysis
    > of this.
    > I have already renamed the branch to 'device-groups' and merged it into
    > branch that goes into next, so please send me any followup patches on top
    > of that queue now.

    Ok, I think I understood: nothing related to Henrik's changes. The bug
    is also present in the upstream kernel.
    In the function set_last_slot_field, I was doing a:
    test_bit(usage->hid, hi->input->absbit);

    for instance, 0x10030 (X hid field) in the absbit bit field which
    contains only ABS_CNT (0x40) bits.... That's why it was a random bug.
    Now I understood why Ubuntu complained about this test ;-)

    I won't have the time to submit the patch right now, I have to give a
    lecture this afternoon. Maybe this evening or tomorrow.


    > Thanks,
    > --
    > Jiri Kosina
    > SUSE Labs

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