Input driver configuration and use in L4Re
adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Mon May 14 21:25:40 CEST 2018
On Mon Apr 23, 2018 at 01:28:59 +0200, Paul Boddie wrote:
> Hello again,
> I have been implementing input drivers for the keypad/keyboard provided by the
> Ben NanoNote and Letux 400 notebook computer, and although I appear to have
> implemented something that works (tested using specialised example code),
> using the existing OMAP3 keypad code as a guide (in pkg/drivers/input), I
> wondered whether it is possible to connect such drivers to other components in
> a convenient way.
> I see that the input package is the thing that provides the device registry
> that I use when employing the arm_input_register macro, and in that package is
> a framework that supposedly exports input drivers as serial I/O devices using
> the "l4drv" driver. But I can't find anything obvious that uses the connect
> operation which would need to occur to probe, enable, and attach my driver to
> this framework.
> Is it possible to integrate my input drivers to things like Mag, which seems
> to use input events, or to fbterminal or other things? I haven't seen any
> documentation or code that demonstrates this, but I suppose that I may have
> missed something somewhere.
> Thanks for any help that is offered!
Mag uses libinput (or may use) for getting input devices. That's more or
less the common approach. The drivers in pkg/drivers/input are a loose
end currently, i.e. they're not used by anyone else. However, I believe
you should be able to hook them into
mag/plugins/input_libinput/input_libinput.cc to get some input working for
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