[Gpe-list] [PATCH] Support common buttonmap for HH.org-maintained devices
florian.boor at kernelconcepts.de
Thu Dec 14 19:05:40 CET 2006
Paul Sokolovsky schrieb:
> Since the version of 2.6.16-hh8, most HandHelds.org-maintained
> PDA-design (vs XDA, phone, etc.) devices switched to use common
> button keycode map. This allows to overcome issues we previously had
> with application buttons not working from a device to device, power
> button not working, etc.
that's good news... it will make our life easier in future.
This might be good to push upstream with a little bit of documentation about how
to map buttons on new devices so that other porting projects starting from
upstream kernel do it in the right way too.
> The change affects following devices supported by GPE: h1910,
> h2200, h4000, hx4700, asus716. Moreover, it allows to add support for
> new devices more easily, and it will "just work" (new devices
> belonging to already supported PDA families like HP iPaq and Asus
> MyPal, will simply work out of the box).
> The patch has been in testing since August, and by now has
> proven to work as expected. It is also committed to OpenEmbedded
> (org.openembedded.dev branch).
ok, very good
> So, I would like to ask it to be merged into GPE mainline. The
> change affects xserver-common.
I'll check this in yes - just one question: I'm not sure how the shell evaluates
this case statement - so what happens on a H6300? I assume that matches at last
and its special map is applied at last then, right?
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