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    Subject[PATCH 0/9] New set of input patches
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    Hi Vojtech,

    Here is the new set of input patches that I have. You have seen some of
    them, buit this time they are rediffed against 2.6.4-rc1 and in nice order.

    01-atkbd-whitespace-fixes.patch
    simple whitespace fixes

    02-atkbd-bad-merge.patch
    clean up bad merge in atkbd module (get rid of MODULE_PARMs,
    atkbd_softrepeat was declared twice)

    03-synaptics-relaxed-proto.patch
    some hardware (PowerBook) require relaxed Synaptics protocol checks,
    but relaxed checks hurt hardware implementing proper protocol when
    device looses sync. With the patch synaptics driver analyzes first
    full data packet and either staus in relaxed mode or switches into
    strict mode.

    04-psmouse-whitespace-fixes.patch
    simple whitespace fixes

    05-psmouse-workaround-noack.patch
    some mice do not ACK "disable streaming mode" command causing psmouse
    driver abort initialization without any indication to the user. This
    is a regression compared to 2.4. Have kernel complain but continue
    with prbing hardware (after all we got valid responce from GET ID
    command).

    06-module-param-array-named.patch
    introduce module_param_array_named() modeled after module_param_named
    that allows mapping array module option to

    07-joystick-module-param.patch
    complete moving input drivers to the new way of handling module
    parameters using module_param()

    08-obsolete-setup.patch
    introduce __obsolete_setup(). This is a drop-in replacement for
    __setup() for truly obsolete options. Kernel will complain when sees
    such an option.

    09-input-obsolete-setup.patch
    document removed or renamed options in input drivers using
    __obsolete_setup() so users will have some clue why old options
    stopped having any effect.

    --
    Dmitry
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