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aports: packaged matchbox-keyboard #1001

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@drebrez drebrez commented Dec 12, 2017

I packaged matchbox-keyboard and tested it on an actual device (with hildon ui).
I've no idea why but it shows the keyboard 3 times on screen.
I've opened a terminal and tried to touch some keys and it wrote them on the terminal.
At least something works.

Closes: #655

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* add libxtst-dev makedepend to matchbox-keyboard (used --strict)
* add update_config_sub/update_config_guess to libfakey, so it works
  with aarch64 (this seems to be unnecessary for matchbox-keyboard,
  since it runs ./autogen.sh).
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@rrooij rrooij commented Dec 12, 2017

Works pretty good on my i9505 with XFCE4. Thanks for this! It only starts once fortunately, not three times.

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@ollieparanoid ollieparanoid commented Dec 12, 2017

More information about config guess / config sub here (I've tested building for aarch64, simply because it's an older codebase and autotools based).

Thank you very much for this contribution @drebrez! 🎉 🚢

If someone could add a photo, that would be cool.

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@rrooij rrooij commented Dec 12, 2017

@ollieparanoid Here is a photo

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@drebrez drebrez commented Dec 12, 2017

@rrooij whoaa 🎉 looks good on xfce4
@ollieparanoid thanks for fixing up the packaging
on hildon maybe it's due the landscape mode, or because i'm starting it manually on the command line? no idea, @rrooij does the keyboard popup automatically when it detects an input field?

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@rrooij rrooij commented Dec 12, 2017

@drebrez it always stays on in normal mode. I tried running it in daemon mode but it doesn't seem to recognize GTK2 text inputs as far as I could test, it didn't pop up.

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