One more rotate version
Rui Miguel Silva Seabra
rms at 1407.org
Mon Oct 20 15:09:45 CEST 2008
On Mon, Oct 20, 2008 at 01:33:20PM +0200, Fabian Henze wrote:
> On 20.10.2008 at 12:00:36, Rui Miguel Silva Seabra wrote:
> > On Mon, Oct 20, 2008 at 01:37:33AM +0200, Fabian Henze wrote:
> > > As it seems popular these days to publish a custom version of the rotate
> > > program, I am also going to do it.
> > heh, you could've just sent a patch :)
> Then I would have to write in your style, which I am not used to :p
It would be easier than fixing the indent in order to join the patch and
have you as a co-author :)
I'm not prickly about any style, that's just my default and it's
If someone can cookup indent recipes for converting between one and
another I'd gladly use it to facilitate integration :)
> > > After reading the source code of Rui Miguel Silva Seabra's rotate
> > > program, I found some parts that could be improved and hacked on those.
> > > The result differs from the original in the following points:
> > > - No brightness control (Its just annoying)
> > I found that ever since I added it I never again had the weird split
> > screen after rotation bug which sometimes happened when going
> > horizontal.
> > Doesn't that ever occur to you?
> It always occur if I switch from xrandr -o 1 to xrandr -o 3. However only
> > > - uses fewer CPU cycles (I have not done much research, because it would
> > > not even show up in top)
> > ? I hardly ever see mine on top, and even so when it did never more than
> > 1% (especially with the dimmed screen).
> oh, okay^^ Your announce message said something around 0.9%.
That was previously... and when I saw it :)
> > > BUT:
> > > - It still suffers from the "accelerometers stop working after a while"
> > > bug.
> > This is hopefully a driver problem (if it's a hardware problem we're
> > SOL).
> Yeah hopefully. I have tried running cat /dev/input/event3 and it also stops
> after some time.
> @openmoko-devs: this would be a great bugfix for your 'back to the basics' path
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