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El Dimecres, 4 de gener de 2012, a les 01:53:13, Christoph Feck va escriure:
> On Wednesday 04 January 2012 00:28:11 Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> > My little kded daemon that listens to XF86XK_TouchpadToggle and
> > enables disables the touchpad accordingly has been moved to
> > kdereview.
> > My plan is moving it to extragear, not really sure if -base or
> > -utils.
> > The code doesn't have a kcm or any kind of configuration since it
> > is designed to "just work".
> > I'd appreciate any review or suggestion over it.
> I cannot test it because I have no touchpad, but if it is supposed to
> "just work" without any UI, I suggest to just add it to "khotkeys" or
> "kaccel" daemon (whichever of them is used for global shortcuts), so
> that we do not filter global X11 keyboard events twice.
I don't really see any point in doing that, nothing can be shared between them
and the existing ktouchpadenabler so instead of one simple codebase (166 lines
with 20 of headers) you end up adding more complexity to existing programs
(probably integrating the code in the existing programs would be more than 166