Hi John, In regard to your input issue. If it's a possibility, I'd recommend looking at 'libinput'. It's an generic input abstraction library. It might be more up to date and provide quirk fixes for (all kind of) input hardware. https://wayland.freedesktop.org/libinput/doc/latest/ It's already the default input library used by X.org and Wayland compositors but is in no way dependend on them.
regards, Erik On Mon, Nov 7, 2016 at 7:07 PM, David Hill <david.h...@oracle.com> wrote: > On 11/7/16, 12:55 PM, John Neffenger wrote: > > Hi John, > I am probably the guy that will be looking over these, but I am in the > middle of a big push. Feel free to ping me offline if I don't get back to > you by early next week. > > Dave > > While porting OpenJFX to devices with an electronic paper display, I >> resolved three issues in the graphics module that I thought I should pass >> along. The following merge request on GitLab lists the issues and my minor >> changes. See the Commits and Changes tabs in the middle of the page for >> details. >> >> WIP: Patches to OpenJFX >> https://gitlab.com/openjfxepd/jfxpatch/merge_requests/1 >> >> Did I understand the code correctly? I would appreciate any feedback. >> >> As a brief summary, the first issue, "QuantumRenderer modifies buffer in >> use by JavaFX Application Thread," may be of general interest because it >> occurs on the Monocle Headless and VNC platforms. >> >> The second issue, "zForce touchscreen input device fails when closed and >> immediately reopened," might affect only my platform, or maybe just the >> older Linux kernel and device driver I'm forced to use, but I couldn't find >> a good workaround without duplicating the entire LinuxInputDevice class. >> >> The third issue, "Get two bytes for the Linux input event type, not >> four," doesn't seem to cause any problems, but may still be worth fixing. >> >> Thank you, >> John >> > > > -- > David Hill<david.h...@oracle.com> > Java Embedded Development > > "A man's feet should be planted in his country, but his eyes should survey > the world." > -- George Santayana (1863 - 1952) > >