~jkaivo/penxortouch

aac2afbf514abc27a4c3b2af9c46ee9e2adf7940 — Jakob Kaivo 7 years ago ac0708c penxortouch
added command line options
updated README to reflect said options
2 files changed, 48 insertions(+), 13 deletions(-)

M README
M penxortouch.c
M README => README +12 -11
@@ 4,16 4,17 @@ digitizer is near.
It requires the XInput extension and its accompanying library. On Debian, this
is available in the package libxi-dev.

It's been developed and tested on a ThinkPad Yoga (first generation), which
is what the input device names are configured for.
The default pen and touch devices are specified by the PENDEVICE and
TOUCHDEVICE symbolic constants #defined near the top of the code,
respectively. These are the devices on a ThinkPad Yoga (first generation),
on which this program was originally developed. Command line options are
available to override either or both. The options are -t for the touch
device and -p for the pen device. Check the output of xinput(1) for the names
of the devices on your system. Note that if the names of your devices contain
spaces, which is likely, you'll need to quote them in your shell.

A future revision will support naming devices via command line options, but
for the time being they are compiled in. If you are using a different tablet,
you may need to edit the values of PENDEVICE and/or TOUCHDEVICE in
penxortouch.c. Hopefully these names are self-explanatory. The command
xinput(1) will give you a list of the input devices available on your system.
A future revision will include an actual man page. As it is, the command is
very simple and provides a basic usage synopsis with the -h option.

A future revision will also include a genuine man page. As it is, there are
no run-time options. Simply run the program, penxortouch, and it will disable
the touchscreen device whenever the pen device comes in proximity to the
screen, and reenable the touchscreen when the pen leaves proximity.
A possibility for the future is some sort of intelligent default search
mechanism.

M penxortouch.c => penxortouch.c +36 -2
@@ 23,6 23,7 @@ SOFTWARE.

#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <X11/Xlib.h>
#include <X11/extensions/XInput.h>
#include <X11/Xatom.h>


@@ 32,6 33,8 @@ SOFTWARE.

#define DEVPROP		"Device Enabled"

#define USAGE		"Usage: %s [-h] [-p pen-device] [-t touch-device]\n"

XDevice *
open_dev(Display *dpy, const char *devname)
{


@@ 113,10 116,41 @@ main(int argc, char **argv)
{
	XDevice *pen = NULL, *touch = NULL;
	Display *dpy = NULL;
	char *pendev = PENDEVICE, *touchdev = TOUCHDEVICE;
	int opt;

	while ((opt = getopt(argc, argv, "?hp:t:")) != -1) {
		switch (opt) {
		case 'p':
			pendev = optarg;
			break;
		case 't':
			touchdev = optarg;
			break;
		case 'h':
			printf(USAGE, argv[0]);
			printf("\n");
			printf("  This command monitors a pen device for proxmity to the screen.\n");
			printf("  When the pen device comes near, the touch device will be disabled.\n");
			printf("  The touch device will be reenabled when the pen leaves the screen.\n");
			printf("  The following options are available:\n");
			printf("\n");
			printf("  -h               Prints out this usage information and exits\n");
			printf("  -p pen-device    Specifies the device to take precedence\n");
			printf("                   (default: %s)\n", PENDEVICE);
			printf("  -t touch-device  Specifies the device to be disabled\n");
			printf("                   (default: %s)\n", TOUCHDEVICE);
			printf("\n");
			return 0;
		default:
			fprintf(stderr, USAGE, argv[0]);
			return 1;
		}
	}

	if ((dpy = open_display()) == NULL) goto error;
	if ((pen = open_dev(dpy, PENDEVICE)) == NULL) goto error;
	if ((touch = open_dev(dpy, TOUCHDEVICE)) == NULL) goto error;
	if ((pen = open_dev(dpy, pendev)) == NULL) goto error;
	if ((touch = open_dev(dpy, touchdev)) == NULL) goto error;
	watch(dpy, pen, touch);

	/* Only get here on error conditions */