Re: [Gimp-developer] Wayland wacom support: binding tablets to the canvas

On Fri, 2014-06-27 at 11:54 +1000, Peter Hutterer wrote:
[Please CC me on the reply, I'm not on the list]

Hey guys,

Hey Peter,

As you may be aware we're currently working on getting wacom graphics tablet
support into Wayland. Lyude (on CC) has sent out an inital draft for the
protocol, archived here:
Dmitry from the Krita project has also triggered a discussion here.
This is all still in flux, so don't expect the current draft to be the final
project, but now's the time to wish for what you need.

All that aside, here's a specific question: GIMP has/had a feature where the
surface of the tablet could be mapped to the canvas on the screen. Is this a
feature that is currently used or in demand, or is this something we don't
need to worry about?
If we do need to consider it, what are the requirements here?

Many people are not even aware of this feature, because this
"window mode" has been quite broken for a while in GTK+ 2.x,
however in my opinion it is very useful.

GTK+ used to handle that by translating the coordinates, I
don't know this works with Wayland, does Wayland have to
care about that at all? Does it have XInput-like semantics
of master/slave/floating? Or is all of that handled in
the GDK backend?


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