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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 02/12] Input: synaptics - do not invert y if 0
    On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 2:07 AM, Henrik Rydberg <> wrote:
    >> > > In some cases, however, y = 0 is sent by the touchpad.
    >> > > In these cases, the kernel driver should not invert, and just report 0.
    >> > >
    >> > > This patch also refactors the inversion into a macro, and moves it
    >> > > into packet processing instead of during position reporting.
    >> >
    >> > The patch seems to invert the current output?
    >> By 'current' do you mean referenced from the previous implementation?
    >> Or referenced from the raw input.
    >> It does indeed invert the raw input.
    >> This is the same as the previous implementation did.
    >> The difference is that it does not also invert the special 'y=0' into
    >> an arbitrarily large value.
    >> Is this your concern?
    > It would be clearer to just change the argument of the
    > input_report_abs() instances, would it not? An explanation why zero,
    > outside the value range, should be output also needs a rationale. It
    > would seem such packets should be masked somehow.

    Actually, I think it is clearer to change all the y's in one function,
    during parsing, rather than scattered about in various output

    I'm sorry, I think I was misleading in my commit message. This change
    doesn't affect how packets get masked. The y=0 is not handled
    differently now that it is no longer inverted. If it wasn't sent to
    userspace before, it still won't be sent.

    The older inverted y=0 was also, by definition, out of range, so
    hopefully those packets are masked, and continue to be masked. Not
    inverting y=0 just makes it a bit easier to debug the driver, by
    slightly more accurately parsing the incoming raw data.

    > Thanks,
    > Henrik

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