Subject: new wscons pointing device driver for [modular] Xorg in wip/openbsd-input-ws
To: NetBSD/pkgsrc-users <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Blair Sadewitz <email@example.com>
Date: 02/09/2007 14:14:56
Matthieu Herrb was kind enough to make a tarball of this driver
available so that
I could package it. It was originally written to support the zaurus,
but works fine for
me on amd64 with a Microsoft seven-button optical mouse. The driver
is only packaged
for modular Xorg right now, but anyone could build it and copy it to
their X installation to test it.
If there are no major problems with it, it would be nice to have it in
the pkgsrc tree so that the
distfile can be mirrored and he doesn't have to keep it on
Does anyone have a digitizing tablet? I could package that driver next ...
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