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xf86-input-evdev-2.10.6-4.31 RPM for aarch64

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Name: xf86-input-evdev Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 2.10.6 Vendor: SUSE LLC <>
Release: 4.31 Build date: Sun May 5 07:37:55 2019
Group: System/X11/Servers/XF86_4 Build host: centriq4
Size: 81043 Source RPM: xf86-input-evdev-2.10.6-4.31.src.rpm
Summary: Generic Linux input driver for the Xorg X server
evdev is an Xorg input driver for Linux's generic event devices. It
therefore supports all input devices that the kernel knows about,
including most mice, keyboards, tablets and touchscreens.






* Wed May 30 2018
  - upt to version 2.10.6
    * Since evdev is in maintenance mode there aren't a lot of
      features to go around but still a few important fixes. Andrey
      fixed the proximity event generation for tablets and the
      handling of devices without axes but buttons - previously
      those were assumed to be keyboards in the server. Better
      error reporting from Christian and the rest are build system
      fixes that went into all xorg repositories.
* Mon May 29 2017
  - includes everything needed for missing sle issue entries:
    fate #320263, fate#315643-315645, 319159-319161, 319618 (bsc#1041371)
  - 50-elotouch.conf: Make sure an 'TouchSystems CarrollTouch 4500U'
    is an absolute device (bnc#876089, bsc#1041371)
* Thu Jan 19 2017
  - update to version 2.10.5
    * Two fixes, one new feature for the evdev driver. The new
      feature is the ability to change the emulated middle button
      number (e.g. useful on devices with physical middle button
      as well).
* Sat Oct 01 2016
  - update to version 2.10.4
    * Support XINPUT ABI version 23 and 24
* Wed Jun 01 2016
  - Update to version 2.10.3
    * Only one fix over 2.10.2 restoring tablets' functionality. A
      bug in the wheel emulation rework caused non-x/y axes to stop
      updating. Interaction with tablets thus resulted in a zero
      pressure sent to the clients an the tablet being unable to draw.
* Mon May 23 2016
  - u_01-Add-a-kiosk-mode-for-touch-screens.patch
* Mon May 02 2016
  - u_01-Add-a-kiosk-mode-for-touch-screens.patch
    Add click on touch (FATE#320263).
* Fri Apr 29 2016
  - Update to version 2.10.2
    This release restores wheel emulation on absolute devices and drops the
    forced direction locking for scroll buildup during wheel emulation since it
    made it almost impossible to actually scroll in both directions. Since
    horizontal scrolling is disabled by default anyway, we don't need this lock.
* Fri Jan 08 2016
  - Update to version 2.10.1
    Only one change over 2.10, affecting some devices with absolute axes but not
    ABS_X/ABS_Y. Previously, those devices had the first to axes mapped to axes
    0 and 1 and thus some random axes was interpreted as x/y coordinate. With
    this release, axes 0 and 1 are reserved for x/y axes only.
* Fri Nov 13 2015
  - Use url for source
  - Add gpg signature
  - Make building more verbose
* Wed Oct 28 2015
  - Update to version 2.10.0
    Plenty of bugfixes accumulated over time, one new option is now
    available: Resolution. This enables a user to set a mouse device's
    native resolution, if set the device's deltas are scaled to a
    normalized 1000dpi resolution. This can be used to make
    high-resolution mice less sensitive without having to actually
    change the acceleration in the desktop environment. The default
    for this option is 0 and no scaling is performed.
* Fri Jul 31 2015
  - Ignore absence of udevadm, it won't be present in the build env.
* Tue Mar 31 2015
  - Update to version 2.9.2
    * Two fixes in this release, one to support Android MT devices,
      one to avoid an array index overflow.
* Sat Nov 29 2014
  - Update to version 2.9.1:
    This release fixes a couple of bugs with absolute devices that
    have scroll wheels (such as the qemu tablets devices) and avoids
    the "unable to find touch point 0" warnings previously caused by
    a touch starting before the device was enabled.



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