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Device parsing on Linux is incorrect #3532

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codeanticode opened this Issue Aug 5, 2015 · 1 comment

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codeanticode commented Aug 5, 2015

The devices are named differently under Linux, either with AWT or NEWT. Basically AWT seems to call the devices using the following convention: :0.n, where n is the device number. NEWT numbers them sequentially, but starting at an (apparently) arbitrary value, for example 79, 80, etc. The current device parsing code in PSurfaceJOGL does not contemplate these conventions.

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Fixed with 8445016 and 9399ba5

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codeanticode commented Aug 5, 2015

Fixed with 8445016 and 9399ba5

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