Created attachment 331790 [details, diff]
there is already a bug report on debian bts:
I've added a simple patch that re-adds conditionally xf86XInputSetScreen with the code xorg removed in 1.12
I've tested it and it works for me, really it was working even commenting out the call
actually it builds but it will fail with undefined symbol when loaded by xorg
adding as major since it's unusable with xorg > 1.11, currently gentoo ships 1.13
Today tested the patch on my HP iPAQ hx4700. It works.
I can confirm the same problem. and the patch helped
is there any reason not to including it in portage?
(In reply to Pavel Riha from comment #2)
I can't speak for embedded, but x11 team is not keen on maintaining patches indefinitely. So some sort of path for upstream inclusion of this patch would make it more acceptable for us.
It appears like the original upstream is inactive and development mostly happens at Ubuntu now.
embedded: do you object if we switch upstreams and ship Ubuntu's version of xf86-input-tslib instead?
Seems like maintainer timeout, there were no objections, may be you will commit to tree?
(In reply to Chí-Thanh Christopher Nguyễn from comment #4)
> It appears like the original upstream is inactive and development mostly
> happens at Ubuntu now.
> embedded: do you object if we switch upstreams and ship Ubuntu's version of
> xf86-input-tslib instead?
If the original upstream is dead and ubuntu is active, and their driver works, I don't see any problem.
It appears that Ubuntu's package is not up to date wrt xorg-server support either. So I added the patch from attachment 331790 [details, diff], and switching of upstreams will have to wait for now.