I will do some more checks on my Fed14 computer before I fire away a bug
report, but as far as I can see the problem boils down the RECORD
extension in Fedora 14.
Thanks for all your work William :)
On 02/20/2011 02:32 AM, William Bader wrote:
> After seeing the recent emails, I pulled xnee from CVS and tried it
> again on Fedora 14.
> It is the same as the last few versions where
> ./cnee --record --verbose --mouse --keyboard --stop-key Multi_key
> does not record anything but it seems to be able to read events because
> it returns to a command line when I press the stop key.
> I have attached a log.