Note, 0.21.0 wasn't a true release, the release script bombed out because an
ifdef was missing, so here's 0.22.0. And even numbers are better than odd
ones anyway, or something.

Two fixes, the first one fixes  the new tap button map option handling. It
had a copy-paste error and was instead disabling the device (when set via the 
xorg.conf option).

Second, when the first device was removed (and subsequently freed by the
server) the input thread would continue to call that device's read_input()
func, eventually causing a crash.

Peter Hutterer (5):
      Fix tap button map option handling
      Swap the registered input device on DEVICE_OFF when needed
      xf86-input-libinput 0.21.0
      Wrap the input_lock calls into ifdefs
      xf86-input-libinput 0.22.0

git tag: xf86-input-libinput-0.22.0
MD5:  e4364319f15f97dc2ef0ef62c8616826  xf86-input-libinput-0.22.0.tar.bz2
SHA1: fca6b9a7795e6f27cb216fb3818f9c642745beaf  
SHA256: c762b4072ed448e2ae9f35cebd7fec8df7fd42b3ae61462cc3b2f720a873eae2  
MD5:  9444ecad684b975e7768c76893353b59  xf86-input-libinput-0.22.0.tar.gz
SHA1: a4ace95b39d2ed8d21b9815f933333d4a0bf1ec5  
SHA256: 5ecd03dd71207047d2390ed2d7a3738795897e138efecd56d10d050c824940f1  

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