2018-04-19 - email@example.com
- Update to new bugfix release 1.10.5
* The Logitech K400 has button debouncing disabled to avoid
missing double-taps. The Dell XPS13 L322X had the touchpad
pressure ranges added to provide better responsiveness. And
the Lenovo T440, T450s and X280 laptops had the trackpoint
ranges added to provide better trackpoint acceleration.
2018-04-10 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to version 1.10.4:
* Biggest user-noticeable change is that the hysteresis threshold
is significantly reduced to 0.25 of a mm now or to the kernel
fuzz value where present. This should make touchpads a bit more
* Two fixes for touchpad touch handling, one affecting semi-mt
devices with hovering capability and one affecting the Apple
touchpads where a touch can get erroneously detected as as
exceeding the speed thesholds.
* The rest - documentation and tool fixes. Nandor's udev fix
fixes a race condition in the test suite.
2018-03-14 - email@example.com
- Update to bugfix release 1.10.3
* Fix a crasher triggered by a specific event sequence during
3-finger gestures (and on some touchpads 2-finger gestures).
* Fix the new pointer jitter detection. A bitmask got lost and
the software compared 32 bits instead of only the 3 it ought
to care about.
2018-03-07 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to bugfix release 1.10.2
* Fixes an assertion that triggered when the tapping code lost
track of the finger count. This was triggered by palm
detection, but only by specific event sequences.
* Hysteresis is disabled by default now, but if libinput detect
pointer jitter/wobble, the hysteresis is enabled for the rest
of the session.
2018-03-04 - email@example.com
- Update to new upstream release 1.10.1
* This release fixes three crashers, one during tapping, two on
startup/resume when the device node or seat were not assigned
2018-02-13 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to new upstream release 1.10.0
* Dropping of the touchpad hysteresis. Previously, we employed
a hysteresis to avoid pointer wobbles. A side-effect of that
hysteresis was that small pointer motion wasn't as reactive
as it should be. A previous attempt in 2016 to drop it failed
(too many devices still needed it) so this time round we have
a different approach: we analyse the event sequence from the
touchpad and if we find it doesn't wobble, we disable the
hysteresis for good. In most cases, this happens fast enough
that you won't even notice, resulting in a more reactive
* Touchpad tapping now handles palm detection where applicable,
resting a palm on a touchpad while tapping should not confuse
libinput anymore. Previously, palm touches were treated like
any other touch, causing unexpected 2 and 3-finger clicks.
* Some of the newer Wacom tablets (and older, worn-out ones)
can have a leftover pressure on tip up. This caused libinput
to miss out on the proximity event, leading to a constantly
in-proximity tool. A new threshold for proximity out fixes
- Remove 0001-evdev-add-a-quirk-to-disable-debouncing-on-the-MS-Na.patch
2018-02-08 - email@example.com
- Add 0001-evdev-add-a-quirk-to-disable-debouncing-on-the-MS-Na.patch
2017-12-14 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to new upstream release 1.9.4
* This fixes a regression introduced in 1.9.3 where some key
events got lost or arrived out-of-order.
2017-11-28 - email@example.com
- Update to new upstream release 1.9.3
* New button debouncing code that makes the stuck buttons a
thing of the past.
- Add kill-env.diff
2017-11-15 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to new upstream release 1.9.2
* Support for multiple paired keyboards for
disable-while-typing. This is required for some of Razer's
products where the keyboard exports multiple virtually
identical event nodes.