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    • Lennart Poettering's avatar
      config: add udev/systemd multi-seat support · 159b03e1
      Lennart Poettering authored
      Add support for multi-seat-aware input device hotplugging. This
      implements the multi-seat scheme explained here:
      This introduces a new X server switch "-seat" which allows configuration
      of the seat to enumerate hotplugging devices on. If specified the value
      of this parameter will also be exported as root window property
      To properly support input hotplugging devices need to be tagged in udev
      according to the seat they are on. Untagged devices are assumed to be on
      the default seat "seat0". If no "-seat" parameter is passed only devices
      on "seat0" are used. This means that the new scheme is perfectly
      compatible with existing setups which have no tagged input devices.
      Note that the -seat switch takes a completely generic identifier, and
      that it has no effect on non-Linux systems. In fact, on other OSes a
      completely different identifier scheme for seats could be used but still
      be exposed with the Xorg_Seat and -seat.
      I tried to follow the coding style of the surrounding code blocks if
      there was any one could follow.
      Signed-off-by: Peter Hutterer's avatarPeter Hutterer <peter.hutterer@who-t.net>
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