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To all users: Do you use ANY other module_raw than "input" in your ts.conf? #105

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merge opened this Issue Sep 6, 2017 · 3 comments

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merge commented Sep 6, 2017

We certainly have useless module_raw modules mentioned in ts.conf and enabled by default ./configure on Linux. The question is: Which ones are definitely useless enough that people who do use them, have them explicitely enabled?

We'll always have module_raw input configured in by default in Linux. This is what people should be using. This is the only module that supports multitouch! Other than that, we have the following candidates I would like to evaluate:

  • module_raw touchkit
  • module_raw waveshare

If you use one of these 2 modules in your /etc/ts.conf, please reply here and say so!

Please note that even if we might disable modules from this list, this is only the default and they are available via ./configure --enable-arctic2 and so on. We already have the following

  • module_raw galax (disabled since 1.13. can be safely replaced by module_raw input)
  • module_raw dmc_dus3000
  • module_raw cy8mrln_palmpre
  • module_raw arctic2 (disabled since 1.14)
  • module_raw collie (disabled since 1.14)
  • module_raw corgi (disabled since 1.14)
  • module_raw dmc (disabled since 1.14)
  • module_raw h3600 (disabled since 1.14)
  • module_raw mk712 (disabled since 1.14)
  • module_raw ucb1x00 (disabled since 1.14)
  • module_raw tatung (disabled since 1.16)

disabled by default, but available when configured. We will never drop any module or support for any device entirely.

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My application targets Linux, and so I just use the default module_raw input since we have not come across any devices that require otherwise to function.

craftyguy commented Sep 6, 2017

My application targets Linux, and so I just use the default module_raw input since we have not come across any devices that require otherwise to function.

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ClayMontgomery Sep 30, 2017

My application only uses module_raw input.

ClayMontgomery commented Sep 30, 2017

My application only uses module_raw input.

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Alright this is running for long enough and we seem to have identified what we want to keep enabled by default. thanks.

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merge commented Sep 13, 2018

Alright this is running for long enough and we seem to have identified what we want to keep enabled by default. thanks.

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