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Subject[PATCH 0/3] HID: multitouch cleanups and support for fancy devices
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Hi guys,

Ok, this patch series is not very consistent and could have been split in two...
Anyway, here is some work for hid-multitouch:

- the first patch is mainly a way for us to reduce the work load regarding hid-mt
when device makers ask for an inclusion in the kernel.
Also, I have been notified that a Quanta 3008 was not working, and it occurs
that this particular device has a special handling in hid-mt. Of course, the
hardware maker reused the same VID/PID, but changed the protocol.
So yes, I am in favour of killing all unneeded special cases.

I checked all the devices I was able to test, and this leaves us a bunch of
devices which, I am sure, could be removed too (all the ones following
MT_CLS_NSMU should be in this case). So, if anyone else wants to join me in
this crusade, I'd be glad to receive patches.

- the second and third patch are the v2 of the series I sent back in December
2013 ([PATCH 0/3] Change in handling different input device in hid-multitouch).
Henrik made valuable comments, and I did not had the time to look at it and to
figure out how to address them. Now I got a different look at this work, and
I think I addressed the issues (no more function pointers, yeah!)

Happy reviewing.

Cheers,
Benjamin

PS: it might be Spring coming, but I am definitively trying to reduce the total
lines of code in the HID subsystem...

Benjamin Tissoires (3):
HID: multitouch: remove default behaviors
HID: multitouch: remove pen special handling
HID: multitouch: add support of other generic collections in hid-mt

drivers/hid/hid-ids.h | 3 +
drivers/hid/hid-multitouch.c | 270 +++++++++++++++----------------------------
include/linux/hid.h | 3 +
3 files changed, 101 insertions(+), 175 deletions(-)

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