~jkaivo/autorotate

be70f2551da57ee80b5cf7ea303384bf1774ffae — Jakob Kaivo 5 years ago 14dbaa8
remove notice about depending on xinput, since it doesn't anymore
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M README.md
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@@ 6,10 6,6 @@ which point rotation is enabled. When the computer is in laptop mode, rotation
doesn't occur. It also honors pressing the screen orientation lock button on
the side of the Yoga.

It currently has a hack calling xinput to rotate the touchscreen input to match
the screen orientation. A future release will do this operations directly from
the C code, removing the external dependencies on xinput.

This program requires libXrandr and libXi to compile to and run. On Debian,
you can install this with "sudo apt install -y libxrand-dev libxi-dev".