andy at openmoko.com
Sat Nov 29 10:42:58 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
|> - We should omit the last point before the UP event but I think this
|> belongs to user-space. I'm programming a tslib filter ("skip") and
|> if it doesn't work will I'll send a patch later to skip the last
|> point in the driver.
| nhead is 0 because we're already ignoring the first point in the
| driver. Perhaps it should be done in user space... I don't know what's
My take on it is why should the kernel send junk to userspace to clean
if it knows it is junk: tslib itself seems like it should go from that
point of view. There are also practical problems coordinating the
multiple userspaces and kernel possibilities.
But, if it's working...
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