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    Phoronix: Libinput 0.5 Improves Pointer Acceleration, Adds A Configuration API

    Libinput, the input library designed for use by Wayland compositors and other environments for having common input device handling on Linux, is out with a significant update...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTc0NzM

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    Libinput on Fedora 21

    Thats some good news.
    Havent heard about Wayland and related stuff in a while.
    I hope it gets shape up in time for Fedora 21.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by rxonda View Post
      Thats some good news.
      Havent heard about Wayland and related stuff in a while.
      I hope it gets shape up in time for Fedora 21.
      Actually there have been quite a few posts in the last 1-3 weeks about the state of Wayland in Gnome 3.14 and Fedora 21.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by blackout23 View Post
        Actually there have been quite a few posts in the last 1-3 weeks about the state of Wayland in Gnome 3.14 and Fedora 21.
        You're right blackout.
        I think Im a little ansious for this came up.

        I wonder if libinput will work with the synaptics touchpad driver or they'll have to make a hole new driver libinput compatible.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rxonda View Post
          You're right blackout.
          I think Im a little ansious for this came up.

          I wonder if libinput will work with the synaptics touchpad driver or they'll have to make a hole new driver libinput compatible.
          It works just fine.

          The synaptics driver creates a /dev/event* node and libinput opens and reads events from that.

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