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Remove DRIVER from udev rule
The driver was renamed, so depending on the kernel version it might be
"lenovo_tpkbd" or "lenovo". Since it's not strictly necessary to
specify, just remove it.
Add instructions for wheel emulation to docs.
As long as there isn't a more convenient method,
at least document how to make the settings permanent.
Bugfix: Manually specifying hidraw device didn't work
Push version for debian package too...
Push version because README.rst was missing on PyPi
Small bugfix, support for udevdevpath device name
Make api more consistent
Probing for a device now adds to the device list automatically on
succes. Return value changed to Boolean.
add missing import
Remove accidentally added .pyc file
Re-Add preliminary debian packaging files
make compatible with python 3
Update kernel patch URL in readme
Fix missing newline in readme
Add setuptools script
* split into script and module
* prepare fs structure for setuptools
* remove debian packaging
first python version
"kernel patch"-mode untested
Update status of kernel patch in README
Fix more typos
Update version detection in Makefile, update email
Merge pull request #2 from Flyser/patch-1
fix typo. I guess you mean "time", right?
Fix typo and required kernel version
Specify full path in suggested udev rule. This seems to be required on
Merge pull request #1 from gsalgado/master
This will catch errors when opening the hidraw files and report EACCES on stderr
Catch errors when opening the hidraw files and report EACCES on stderr
Also add a note to README.md stating that on some systems the hidraw dev files
seem to be readable only by root.
Add Debian/Ubuntu packaging information
Fix error message when no hidraw-file is present
Fix: Features besides setting sensitivity now work
Instead of trying to be smart, use the bit fiddling stuff from the
Some other small fixes included.