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Bug#534124: marked as done (xserver-xorg-input-tslib: reports lots of same MotionEvents)

Your message dated Mon, 20 Jan 2014 23:53:06 +0000
with message-id <E1W5OeQ-0002wf-0z@franck.debian.org>
and subject line Bug#736160: Removed package(s) from unstable
has caused the Debian Bug report #534124,
regarding xserver-xorg-input-tslib: reports lots of same MotionEvents
to be marked as done.

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Package: xserver-xorg-input-tslib
Version: 0.0.5-8
Severity: normal


I have a Neo Freerunner running Debian. It uses xserver-xorg-input-tslib
to drive touchscreen device.

Using xev, I've found that while stylus is kept touched, there are lots of
MotionEvent's generated, mostly with even the same coordinates.

This is not good. Devices like freerunner are slow, and applications that try
to handle MotionEvent (like a drawing application) just can't keep.

I believe that at least MotionEvent should not be generated if coordinates
did not change from the last MotionEvent. And maybe even if coordinates change
only from 1-2 pixels (may be a parameter).

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Version: 0.0.6-7+rm

Dear submitter,

as the package xf86-input-tslib has just been removed from the Debian archive
unstable we hereby close the associated bug reports.  We are sorry
that we couldn't deal with your issue properly.

For details on the removal, please see https://bugs.debian.org/736160

The version of this package that was in Debian prior to this removal
can still be found using http://snapshot.debian.org/.

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a problem with it please contact the archive administrators by mailing

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