[squeak-dev] Small diff for the new Joystick updates on old enough Linux
bruce.oneel at pckswarms.ch
Tue Jun 14 10:57:27 UTC 2022
Thanks, you did very good due diligence but ubuntu 20.04 is way way
too young :-)
RHEL 7 has a kernel version of 3.10, so just before Ubuntu 14.04.
Yes, that old.
RHEL 8 is fine with a kernel version of 4.18.
So any sane person won't run into this problem which is why I do not
think we should make any effort to work around it. It is only us
insane people who insist on upgrading only when it becomes a dire
necessity will ever trip over this. Or insist in working for giant
companies which is basically the same issue.
Thanks, and don't stress.
On 2022-06-14T11:47:54.000+02:00, Tobias Pape <Das.Linux at gmx.de>
On 13. Jun 2022, at 17:17, Bruce O'Neel <bruce.oneel at pckswarms.ch> wrote:
I am sending this just to save the next person who stumbles over the new Joystick stuff not building on old enough linuxes some time. In my case old enough is RedHat 7.
We should not add complexity to make this automagic. But when someone says "does not build on Linux kernels 3.x or so", I know, ancient, we can say "here, this patch."
I am actually quite puzzled.
I've checked on ubuntu 20.04 and 22.04, and there the include file and the defined constants exist.
(With the linux-libc-dev package installed)
On RHEL, you just need the kernel-headers package, and there you are :)
git diff ../../../../platforms/unix/plugins/JoystickTabletPlugin/sqUnixJoystickTablet.c
diff --git a/platforms/unix/plugins/JoystickTabletPlugin/sqUnixJoystickTablet.c b/platforms/unix/plugins/JoystickTabletPlugin/sqUnixJoys
index b2e69c7..a3baf8d 100644
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@
/* Author: Ian.Piumarta at INRIA.Fr
-/* Author: davidf at afeka.ac.il
+ Author: davidf at afeka.ac.il
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
+// #include <linux/input-event-codes.h>
@@ -161,10 +161,10 @@ detectButtons(joystick_state_t* pj)
// it's a modern gamepad device
- pj->button_index = BTN_NORTH;
+/* pj->button_index = BTN_NORTH;
pj->button_index = BTN_EAST;
pj->button_index = BTN_SOUTH;
- pj->button_index = BTN_WEST;
+ pj->button_index = BTN_WEST; */
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