ktouchpadenabler moved to kdereview

Thomas L├╝bking thomas.luebking at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 19:15:27 GMT 2012


Am 04.01.2012, 18:51 Uhr, schrieb Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org>:

> I don't really see any point in doing that, nothing can be shared  
> between them
> and the existing ktouchpadenabler so instead of one simple codebase (166  
> lines
> with 20 of headers) you end up adding more complexity to existing  
> programs
> (probably integrating the code in the existing programs would be more  
> than 166
> lines).

I guess what Christoph meant was to avoid having another XSelect daemon.
I've not seen the code (and deleted the original mail in case it's linked  
there - winkwink) but my approach would be to have a tool to be invoked  
when "something" happens, rather than adding yet another keyboard event  
listening daemon bound to a very specific event.

Actually I've a setup a udev rule to simply "fix" things whenever I  
un/plug a mouse (not sure what or where that particular key is)

Cheers,
Thomas




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