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SubjectRe: [PATCH v5 0/8] Input: elantech: add support for newer hardware
Hi JJ,

On Mon, Sep 05, 2011 at 10:16:39AM +0800, JJ Ding wrote:
> Hi Lists,
> This is a series of patches to add support for newer generations of ELAN
> touchpad.
> Patches #1~#6 are essentially fixes and cleanups that pave the way for
> patch #7 and patch #8, which really adds code for v3 and v4 hardware.
> Any comments, suggestoins are welcome.
> Please take a look at patch #8, which adds support for the latest touchpads from ELAN.
> It is a true multi-touch capable touchpad that can track up to 5 fingers.
> Support is implemented using MT-B protocol. I used synaptics and multitouch X
> driver to test this driver, both worked fine.
> Thank you very much.
> Changes since v1:
> - drop EC workaround patch.
> - add patch #2, make ST and MT have the same range, as Dmitry suggested.
> - add patch #4, remove ETP_EDGE_FUZZ_V2, as Éric suggested.
> - rename all packet checking functions so they are consistent.
> - some code cleanup, and don't report ABS_[XY] when fingers == 0, as Seth suggested.
> - add document for v3 debounce, and now check debounce in elantech_packet_check_v3.
> Changes since v2:
> - fix v3 hardware packet checking (reported by Seth and fix by Dmitry.)
> Changes since v3:
> - fix a tiny style problem (useless space on end-of-line, reported by Seth)
> - v3 hardware can track 2 fingers well, so do not set INPUT_PROP_SEMI_MT on v3
> (As suggested earlier by Éric.)
> - add patch #8, which adds support for v4 hardware.
> Changes since v4:
> - patch #8: fix a typo (pressure, spotted by Éric)
> - patch #8: add _v4 suffix for functions introduced in this patch (suggested by Éric)
> - patch #8: simplify set_range switch for case 3 and case 4 (suggested by Éric)

OK, I applied all 8 patches to my 3.2 queue (and will push out once is restored) so any followups needs to be sent relative to
these 8.


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