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* Remove "All rights reserved" line from license headers.Jason McDonald2012-01-301-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | As in the past, to avoid rewriting various autotests that contain line-number information, an extra blank line has been inserted at the end of the license text to ensure that this commit does not change the total number of lines in the license header. Change-Id: I311e001373776812699d6efc045b5f742890c689 Reviewed-by: Rohan McGovern <>
* Remove use of QT_MODULE from libraryGunnar Sletta2012-01-251-1/+0
| | | | | | | | | | These defines were there to aid in the commercial licensing scheme we used long ago, and are no longer needed. Keep a QT_MODULE(x) define so other modules continue compiling. Change-Id: I8fd76cd5270df8f14aee746b6cf32ebf7c23fec7 Reviewed-by: Lars Knoll <>
* Update contact information in license headers.Jason McDonald2012-01-231-1/+1
| | | | | | | Replace Nokia contact email address with Qt Project website. Change-Id: I431bbbf76d7c27d8b502f87947675c116994c415 Reviewed-by: Rohan McGovern <>
* Update copyright year in license headers.Jason McDonald2012-01-051-1/+1
| | | | | Change-Id: I02f2c620296fcd91d4967d58767ea33fc4e1e7dc Reviewed-by: Rohan McGovern <>
* Extend touch events.Laszlo Agocs2011-12-091-0/+74
The capability flags indicate which information is valid in the touch points. Previously there was no way to tell if e.g. the value returned by pressure() is actually the value provided by the driver/device or it is just something bogus due to pressure not being supported. The points' flags return information about the individual touch points. One use case is to differentiate between touches made by finger and pen. Velocity, if available, is now also exposed. Each touch point can now contain an additional list of "raw" positions. These points are not reported individually but are taken into account in some way by the underlying device and drivers to generate the final, "accurate" touch point. In case the underlying drivers expose these additional positions, they are made available in the lists returned by the touch points' rawScreenPosition(). The raw positions are only available in screen coordinates to prevent wasting time with mapping from global positions in applications that do not use this data. Instead, apps can query the QWindow to which the touch event was sent via QTouchEvent::window() and can call mapFromGlobal() manually if they need local raw positions. The capability and device type information is now held in a new QTouchDevice class. Each touch event will contain only a pointer to one of the global QTouchDevice instances. On top of type and capability, the new class also contains a name which can be used to differentiate between multiple touch input devices (i.e. to tell from which one a given QTouchEvent originates from). The introduction of QTouchDevice has three implications: The QTouchEvent constructor and QWindowSystemInterface::handleTouchEvent need to be changed (to pass a QTouchDevice pointer instead of merely a device type value), and each platform or generic plug-in is now responsible for registering one or more devices using the new API QWindowSystemInterface::registerTouchDevice. Change-Id: Ic1468d3e43933d8b5691d75aa67c43e1bc7ffe3e Reviewed-by: Lars Knoll <>