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SubjectRe: [kbuild-devel] Configure.help entries wanted
Jaswinder Singh wrote:
>
> "Greg Banks" <gnb@alphalink.com.au> wrote:
> >
> > I have some code which could become the basis for such a thing.
> > It's a touch panel driver for the DMIDA but it also has a device-
> > independent layer which does supersampling, scaling, provides
> > raw and cooked Linux Input interfaces, and a /proc interface to
> > allow the calibration app to control the scaling.
> >
> > Unfortunately I can't release it yet for (ahem) legal reasons.
> >
>
> nice job , from where you get the related specs ?

From the manufacturer. We had the fullest possible co-operation
including all technical specs, several sample machines, source to
the WinCE drivers for the hardware, and engineers (including the lead
hardware designer, a *very* cluey gentleman) on standby to answer
questions.

It makes an amazing difference to have all the nasty little
hardware quirks and known workarounds for them laid bare before you.

Greg.
--
If it's a choice between being a paranoid, hyper-suspicious global
village idiot, or a gullible, mega-trusting sheep, I don't look
good in mint sauce. - jd, slashdot, 11Feb2000.
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