To: None <email@example.com>
From: Iain Hibbert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/31/2006 21:06:28
The wsmouse(9) manpage is wrong, because wsmouse_input() has been
renamed to wsmouse_input_xyzw() with a macro wrapper for old callers but
the documentation never updated.
The original commit message for this was:
Some devices provide more than three (X, Y, and Z) "directions". So add
a W "coordinate" that can be used for these.
This changes the type of wsmouse_input(). To avoid changing a lot of
drivers a compatibilty #define is provided. Maybe changing all drivers
would have been better?
I was just thinking to update the documentation but since I dislike this
obfustication of internal functions, would anybody object if I went
through and tidied this away?