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Offline mahogny

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« Posted 2009-05-13 19:20:05 »

Hello,
I have made a debian package for jinput but wonder if it's about time to use proper version numbers? this makes it easier to keep track of dependencies. in particular, when breaking changes are introduced and which releases are just bug fixes. a normal 3-number version scheme is on my wishlist!

also: jinput-wintab.dll  is it shared for 32 and 64bit or just used by a particular platform?
Offline endolf

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2009-05-14 06:29:38 »

Hi

Version numbers are something that has been commented on before. We've not broken anything since we changed from version 1 to 2 (in theory).

Wintab is an API for accessing tablets. On OSX and linux they can be accessed via other APIs, on Windows we use the wintab API. There is no support for wintab in 64 bit environments so we can't support it either.

HTH

Endolf

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