Commit c81c4241 authored by U. Artie Eoff's avatar U. Artie Eoff Committed by Kristian H. Kristensen

libinput-seat: allow setting libinput log priority in weston

Look for WESTON_LIBINPUT_LOG_PRIORITY environment variable.  If
it exists then use it to set the libinput log priority.
Otherwise, don't set the priority and get whatever libinput's
default priority is.

Setting WESTON_LIBINPUT_LOG_PRIORITY=0 allows us to log which
input devices are detected at Weston startup and makes it a
little more consistent with Weston's original evdev input setup
log messages... and useful for debugging and testing.
Signed-off-by: U. Artie Eoff's avatarU. Artie Eoff <ullysses.a.eoff@intel.com>
parent 71db0fd1
......@@ -262,12 +262,19 @@ int
udev_input_init(struct udev_input *input, struct weston_compositor *c, struct udev *udev,
const char *seat_id)
{
const char *log_priority = NULL;
memset(input, 0, sizeof *input);
input->compositor = c;
libinput_log_set_handler(&libinput_log_func, NULL);
log_priority = getenv("WESTON_LIBINPUT_LOG_PRIORITY");
if (log_priority) {
libinput_log_set_priority(strtol(log_priority, NULL, 10));
}
input->libinput = libinput_udev_create_for_seat(&libinput_interface, input,
udev, seat_id);
if (!input->libinput) {
......
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