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1 dsd 2 diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/Documentation/speakup/DefaultKeyAssignments linux-2.6.0/Documentation/speakup/DefaultKeyAssignments
2     --- linux-2.6.0.old/Documentation/speakup/DefaultKeyAssignments 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
3     +++ linux-2.6.0/Documentation/speakup/DefaultKeyAssignments 2003-12-28 20:50:09.057841344 -0500
4     @@ -0,0 +1,46 @@
5     +This file is intended to give you an overview of the default keys used
6     +by speakup for it's review functions. You may change them to be
7     +anything you want but that will take some familiarity with key
8     +mapping.
9     +
10     +We have remapped the insert or zero key on the keypad to act as a
11     +shift key. Well, actually as an altgr key. So in the following list
12     +InsKeyPad-period means hold down the insert key like a shift key and
13     +hit the keypad period.
14     +
15     +KeyPad-8 Say current Line
16     +InsKeyPad-8 say from top of screen to reading cursor.
17     +KeyPad-7 Say Previous Line (UP one line)
18     +KeyPad-9 Say Next Line (down one line)
19     +KeyPad-5 Say Current Word
20     +InsKeyPad-5 Spell Current Word
21     +KeyPad-4 Say Previous Word (left one word)
22     +InsKeyPad-4 say from left edge of line to reading cursor.
23     +KeyPad-6 Say Next Word (right one word)
24     +InsKeyPad-6 Say from reading cursor to right edge of line.
25     +KeyPad-2 Say Current Letter
26     +InsKeyPad-2 say current letter phonetically
27     +KeyPad-1 Say Previous Character (left one letter)
28     +KeyPad-3 Say Next Character (right one letter)
29     +KeyPad-plus Say Entire Screen
30     +InsKeyPad-plus Say from reading cursor line to bottom of screen.
31     +KeyPad-Minus Park reading cursor (toggle)
32     +InsKeyPad-minus Say character hex and decimal value.
33     +KeyPad-period Say Position (current line, position and console)
34     +InsKeyPad-period say colour attributes of current position.
35     +InsKeyPad-9 Move reading cursor to top of screen (insert pgup)
36     +InsKeyPad-3 Move reading cursor to bottom of screen (insert pgdn)
37     +InsKeyPad-7 Move reading cursor to left edge of screen (insert home)
38     +InsKeyPad-1 Move reading cursor to right edge of screen (insert end)
39     +ControlKeyPad-1 Move reading cursor to last character on current line.
40     +KeyPad-Enter Shut Up (until another key is hit) and sync reading cursor
41     +InsKeyPad-Enter Shut Up (until toggled back on).
42     +InsKeyPad-star n<x|y> go to line (y) or column (x). Where 'n' is any
43     + allowed value for the row or column for your current screen.
44     +KeyPad-/ Mark and Cut screen region.
45     +InsKeyPad-/ Paste screen region into any console.
46     +
47     +Hitting any key while speakup is outputting speech will quiet the
48     +synth until it has caught up with what is being printed on the
49     +console.
50     +
51     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/Documentation/speakup/INSTALLATION linux-2.6.0/Documentation/speakup/INSTALLATION
52     --- linux-2.6.0.old/Documentation/speakup/INSTALLATION 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
53     +++ linux-2.6.0/Documentation/speakup/INSTALLATION 2003-12-28 20:50:09.057841344 -0500
54     @@ -0,0 +1,108 @@
55     +This document assumes you have had some experience with kernel
56     +compilation and installation. If you have not, I recommend you get
57     +the kernel source and read the README and various documents in the
58     +linux/Documentation directory. In particular the Changes file to make
59     +sure you have the appropriate utilities needed for installing a 2.2.xx
60     +or 2.4xx kernel. It isn't as difficult as you might think. The
61     +kernel README is intimidating the first time but once you get the
62     +steps down, it's really pretty easy. Getting through the "make
63     +config" is the tedious bit.
64     +
65     +The first thing to do is to place a copy of the tarball in the /usr/src
66     +directory which is the directory the linux tree is located in as well.
67     +Next untar speakup by typing:
68     +
69     +tar zxf speakup-1.00.tar.gz
70     +cd speakup-1.00
71     +./install
72     +
73     +Note the dot-slash before the install. This will copy the speakup
74     +directory to the kernel tree and apply the various patches and
75     +components to the appropriate kernel files. Depending on how
76     +experienced you are with kernel compiling and hacking will determine
77     +whether you should bother looking at any failed patches. If this
78     +happens, you should probably write to the speakup mailing list for
79     +help or myself.
80     +
81     +If all of the patch hunks apply successfully then just continue with
82     +the standard steps to compile the kernel with:
83     +
84     +make mrproper
85     +make config
86     +
87     +When you get to the section console speech output, answer 'y' to the
88     +CONFIG_SPEAKUP prompt. You will be given a submenu with the list of
89     +synthesizers which are currently supported. You can include as many
90     +synths in the kernel as you wish but remember each one takes up kernel
91     +space. You can only choose one of the synths as the default or none,
92     +so just type dtlk or whatever is the correct string for the
93     +synthesizer you have. You will also be asked if you wish to build-in
94     +a speakup key map. If you do not say 'y' to this option you will need
95     +to load a speakup map at boot time with whichever mechanism your
96     +distribution uses for loading key maps.
97     +
98     +We have placed the speakup configuration options in make config just
99     +after the vga console choice. For the DoubleTalk PC driver included
100     +by Jim Van Zandt. I recommend you say no to that option. I have not
101     +tried configuring them both in, but I wouldn't be at all surprised if
102     +it didn't work.
103     +
104     +If all goes well up to this point you can continue with the compiling
105     +process by doing:
106     +
107     +make dep >dep.file 2>&1 &
108     +make bzImage >cc.file 2>&1 &
109     +make modules >mod.file 2>&1 &
110     +
111     +I always redirect output to the files dep.file and cc.file so I can
112     +look over the compilation record to make sure there are no errors and
113     +warnings.
114     +
115     +Okay, you are ready to install the newly compiled kernel. Make sure
116     +you make an linux.old entry in your lilo.conf file so you can recover
117     +if it blows up. next as root run "make modules_install" to install
118     +whatever modules you compiled and move the bzImage from
119     +/usr/src/linux/arch/i386/boot to wherever your kernel lives. Also
120     +move the System.map from /usr/src/linux to where your System.map
121     +lives. On our systems we use debian so we create an vmlinuz-speakup
122     +and System.map-speakup in our /boot directory and set the symbolic
123     +links vmlinuz and System.map in the root (/) directory to point to the
124     +images. Now type lilo to tell lilo to build the new booter file and
125     +install it.
126     +
127     +As of version 0.07, the keymap for speakup is automatically built in
128     +at compile time. If you have other keymaps installed at boot time,
129     +you might want to consider removing them before you reboot the system.
130     +
131     +If everything has gone OK up until now, cross your fingers and type:
132     +
133     +shutdown -r now
134     +
135     +Your system should start talking to you as soon as it starts booting.
136     +It will talk and talk and ... well, you might want to hit the
137     +keypad-enter key to tell it to shut up. You should also read the
138     +DefaultKeyAssignments file to learn the various review functions
139     +available.
140     +
141     +As of v-0.10 the speakup configuration options are in the
142     +/proc/speakup subtree. The individual options should be fairly
143     +obvious by their names such as rate, volume, punc_level and so forth.
144     +You can manipulate them by cat'ing or echoing new values to them such
145     +as:
146     +
147     +echo 9 >/proc/speakup/rate
148     +
149     +You can see what the current values are by cat'ing those files to the console:
150     +
151     +cat /proc/speakup/rate
152     +
153     +I have probably managed to overlook a whole whack of things because
154     +this is the, enter version number here, draft. Don't worry we'll get
155     +it right eventually. If you like the package you really should get on
156     +the mailing list and start participating in it's development.
157     +
158     + Kirk
159     +
160     +email: kirk@braille.uwo.ca
161     +phone: (519) 679-6845 (home)
162     +
163     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/Documentation/speakup/README linux-2.6.0/Documentation/speakup/README
164     --- linux-2.6.0.old/Documentation/speakup/README 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
165     +++ linux-2.6.0/Documentation/speakup/README 2003-12-28 20:50:09.057841344 -0500
166     @@ -0,0 +1,98 @@
167     +Welcome to the speakup project for the Speakup speech package for Linux.
168     +
169     +Speakup is written by Kirk Reiser and Andy Berdan. It is licensed
170     +under the GPL. If you don't already know, the GPL stands for the GNU
171     +General Public License. Which basically states that this code is free to
172     +copy, modify and distribute to anyone interested in playing with it.
173     +The one thing you may not do is turn any part of it into proprietary
174     +or commercial code without the permission of the author. That's me.
175     +
176     +If you are interested in being involved with the development of speech
177     +output for Linux you can subscribe to the Speakup mailing list by
178     +sending a message to speakup-request@braille.uwo.ca with the line: subscribe. You can also subscribe by going to the speakup web page and following the links at http://www.linux-speakup.org.
179     +
180     +We are at a very early stage in the development of this package.
181     +Hopefully changes will happen often and many. The current files in
182     +this directory are:
183     +
184     +DefaultKeyAssignments # speakup's default review keys
185     +INSTALLATION # for installing speakup from the tar ball.
186     +README # this file
187     +keymap-tutorial # a tutorial on how to layout the keyboard
188     +
189     +Read the INSTALLATION file to learn how to apply the patches and the
190     +default.map for the keyboard. You should also read the Changes file.
191     +It really has any new things I've added since last time.
192     +
193     +There is no documentation in any of these files to instruct you what
194     +to do if something goes wrong with the patching or compilation. If
195     +you would like that information you will need to subscribe to the
196     +mailing list and ask for help, or write me kirk@braille.uwo.ca for
197     +help. I suggest the mailing list because I will probably tire quickly
198     +of answering the same questions over and over. You could always
199     +decide to dig-in and take on the task, and write documentation to help
200     +others.
201     +
202     +There also is a speakup reflector for the Speak Freely package, which
203     +many of us hang out on and discuss all sorts of topics from speakup
204     +problems to ALSA driver installation and just about anything else
205     +you'd like to talk about. The reflector is at lwl.braille.uwo.ca:4074
206     +with it's lwl page at lwl.braille.uwo.ca/speakup.html. Come and join
207     +us, it's fun!
208     +
209     +Acknowledgements:
210     +
211     +I am really very new at kernel hacking and screen review package
212     +writing, so I have depended heavily on other folks kindness to help me
213     +a long. No doubt I will continue to abuse them freely and others
214     +before this is a really good speech solution for Linux. (Oh Well!,
215     +somebody's got to do it.)
216     +
217     +Theodore Ts'o. He gave me a good discussion of unicode and UTF and
218     +the like. He doesn't even remember writing me about it.
219     +
220     +Alan Cox. He has answered many questions about scheduling and wait
221     +queues and timers along with code fragments and so on. I just wish I
222     +understood it all totally. He has also helped immensely in moving
223     +this package toward inclusion in the standard kernel tree. (Maybe next
224     +release!)
225     +
226     +Martin Mares. He pointed me in the right direction to figuring out
227     +the colour attributes and other useful tidbits.
228     +
229     +Paul McDermott. He really is the catalyst for me to actually get
230     +this all working. Besides I like seeing him bounce around and get all
231     +excited every time I have something new working.
232     +
233     +John Covici, He was the first person to actually attempt writing
234     +another synthesizer driver for speakup. It was the Speakout driver so
235     +it was also the first serial driver.
236     +
237     +Brian Borowski, he was the first person to actually write a speakup
238     +function other than Andy and I.
239     +
240     +Jim Danley, he has more or less become my main man in helping test
241     +code, add new features, bounce ideas off and generally become a good
242     +friend.
243     +
244     +Matt Campbell, he basically rewrote the drivers to be able to include
245     +all synths in the kernel at the same time. The distribution
246     +maintainers appreciate him a lot as well.
247     +
248     +Gene Collins, he was very helpful debugging the current release prior
249     +to its public showing. He has also worked hard educating others on
250     +the list and writing the ALSA mini howto.
251     +
252     +I would also like to really thank the folks that handle the
253     +distribution packages. I and many other people would not find access
254     +to speakup nearly so convenient without their efforts. They include
255     +Bill Acker, Tom Moore, Matt Campbell, Joe Norton and Joshua Lambert.
256     +
257     +There are probably many more I am forgetting right now. I guess I'll
258     +just have to add you all later.
259     +
260     +
261     +Happy Hacking!
262     +
263     + Kirk
264     +
265     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/Documentation/speakup/keymap-tutorial linux-2.6.0/Documentation/speakup/keymap-tutorial
266     --- linux-2.6.0.old/Documentation/speakup/keymap-tutorial 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
267     +++ linux-2.6.0/Documentation/speakup/keymap-tutorial 2003-12-28 20:50:09.058841192 -0500
268     @@ -0,0 +1,140 @@
269     + Speakup Keymap Tutorial
270     +
271     +This is meant to be a basic tutorial on how to change the Linux keymap
272     +file to assign speakup review functions to desired keys. It is not
273     +intended to be a replacement for the loadkeys(8) or keymap(5) man
274     +pages.
275     +
276     +The basic lay-out of the keymap file is a series of lines with the
277     +following fields. The keyword keycode indicates this is the start of
278     +a new key assignment. It is then followed by a number which
279     +represents the actual key on the keyboard. That number is followed by
280     +the equals '=' operator and finally a list of keywords representing
281     +key names such as keypad5. Each line can have quite a few key
282     +functions on it. They are interpreted by loadkeys in order and
283     +assigned to key shift states depending on the order they are
284     +encountered. So for example, the first value after the equals is the
285     +keys unshifted state, while the second is the keys shifted state. If
286     +you wish to learn the order they are interpreted in read the
287     +loadkeys(8) and keymap(5) man pages.
288     +
289     +You can have subsequent lines which are indented and start with
290     +another keyword for the various shifted states. This way you can
291     +assign some of the states without having to specify them all in order
292     +up until you get to the one you want to assign.
293     +
294     +In speakup, we have assigned the insert key on the number pad to the
295     +altgr keyword. This is not required; you could choose any other
296     +shifted state keyword. We used altgr because it typically represents
297     +the right hand alt key. In Linux each shift key is separate and
298     +independent, so the left shift and the right shift keys are not
299     +necessarily the same. The altgr key is not really used for anything
300     +important, so we steel it.
301     +
302     +Here are the default key assignments for the number eight on the
303     +keypad:
304     +
305     +keycode 72 = KP_8
306     + alt keycode 72 = Ascii_8
307     +
308     +As you can see, the first line starts with keycode followed by 72
309     +which is the actual number assigned to the key when the keyboard port
310     +is read. The KP_8 after the equal sign, is the symbolic representation
311     +of the function called when that key is hit.
312     +
313     +The second line is the same format except it starts with the keyword
314     +alt which is indented. That means that the function at the end of
315     +that line Ascii_8 is applied to the alt-shifted eight key.
316     +
317     +Now here are the speakup assignments for that key:
318     +
319     +keycode 72 = 0x0d0a
320     + altgr keycode 72 = 0x0d20
321     +#keycode 72 = KP_8
322     + alt keycode 72 = Ascii_8
323     +
324     +Notice that the only thing which has changed on the first line is the
325     +function called when the key is struck. It is a hexadecimal number
326     +identifying the function called in a look up table. It is not a
327     +symbolic representation yet because that means we need to change the
328     +loadkeys program to understand our symbolic names. We will do this in
329     +the future but for now it is more expedient to just use the table
330     +indices. You will find a table at the bottom of this document
331     +listing the review functions and their corresponding hex lookups.
332     +
333     +The 0x0d0a in the first line above is speakup's say line function.
334     +The second line ends with 0x0d20 which is speakup's read from top of
335     +screen to reading cursor line.
336     +
337     +The third line is the original key assignment commented out with a
338     +number-sign '#' at the beginning. I do that so I can easily find the
339     +keys I want to affect by symbolic name. Otherwise I would need to
340     +keep a look up table for all the keycodes. I recommend you do this as
341     +well or you'll be very sorry at some point in the future.
342     +
343     +The forth line is just the standard key assignment for the left hand
344     +alt key.
345     +
346     +Now let's say we want to design a different keyboard layout. I'll use
347     +an example for the JAWS style keypad because I've specifically been
348     +asked to help with that. JAWS uses the eight on the keypad to move up
349     +a line or the speakup function to read previous line. JAWS also uses
350     +the keypad_8 key in a shifted mode to read the current line. I
351     +apologize if these are not quite right. It has been a long time since
352     +I used JAWS. So we would have the following two lines:
353     +
354     +keycode 72 = 0x0d0b
355     + altgr keycode 72 = 0x0d0a
356     +
357     +The hex value 0x0d0b in the first line is speakup's SAY_PREVIOUS_LINE
358     +function. The 0x0d0a in the second line is the same say_line function
359     +as we had earlier. So when the number eight is hit on the keypad
360     +speakup will read the previous line and when the number eight is
361     +shifted with the insert key on the keypad it will read the current
362     +line.
363     +
364     +As you can tell, it is not really very difficult to reassign the keys
365     +to different review functions.
366     +
367     +Once you have carefully edited the keymap file, called default.map in
368     +the speakup distribution, you copy it into the /etc/kbd directory.
369     +Make sure you back up the original default.map from that directory
370     +first, if there is one. Then you run loadkeys to load the new map
371     +into the kernel:
372     +
373     +loadkeys /etc/kbd/default.map
374     +
375     +If you wish to build your new keyboard lay-out into the kernel, after
376     +testing it, copy the default.map file into the drivers/char directory,
377     +with the name defkeymap.map, of your Linux source tree. Then rm the
378     +defkeymap.c file and recompile the kernel. Because there is no
379     +defkeymap.c `make' will rebuild it on the next compile.
380     +
381     +Here is a list of the available speakup review functions at this point
382     +in time.
383     +
384     +SAY_CHAR 0x0d04 /* say this character */
385     +SAY_PREV_CHAR 0x0d05 /* say character left of this char */
386     +SAY_NEXT_CHAR 0x0d06 /* say char right of this char */
387     +SAY_WORD 0x0d07 /* say this word under reading cursor */
388     +SAY_PREV_WORD 0x0d08
389     +SAY_NEXT_WORD 0x0d09
390     +SAY_LINE 0x0d0a /* say this line */
391     +SAY_PREV_LINE 0x0d0b /* say line above this line */
392     +SAY_NEXT_LINE 0x0d0c
393     +TOP_EDGE 0x0d0d /* move to top edge of screen */
394     +BOTTOM_EDGE 0x0d0e
395     +LEFT_EDGE 0x0d0f
396     +RIGHT_EDGE 0x0d10
397     +SAY_PHONETIC_CHAR 0x0d11 /* say this character phonetically */
398     +SPELL_WORD 0x0d12 /* spell this word letter by letter */
399     +SAY_SCREEN 0x0d14
400     +SAY_POSITION 0x0d1b
401     +SPEECH_OFF 0x0d1c
402     +SAY_ATTRIBUTES 0x0d1d
403     +SPEAKUP_PARKED 0x0d1e
404     +SAY_FROM_TOP 0x0d20
405     +SAY_TO_BOTTOM 0x0d21
406     +SAY_FROM_LEFT 0x0d22
407     +SAY_TO_RIGHT 0x0d23
408     +
409     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/MAINTAINERS linux-2.6.0/MAINTAINERS
410     --- linux-2.6.0.old/MAINTAINERS 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
411     +++ linux-2.6.0/MAINTAINERS 2003-12-28 20:50:09.058841192 -0500
412     @@ -1855,6 +1855,13 @@
413     L: sparclinux@vger.kernel.org
414     S: Unmaintained - please send patches to mailing list
415    
416     +SPEAKUP Console speech output
417     +P: Kirk Reiser
418     +M: kirk@braille.uwo.ca
419     +L: speakup@braille.uwo.ca
420     +W: http://www.linux-speakup.org
421     +S: Maintained
422     +
423     SPECIALIX IO8+ MULTIPORT SERIAL CARD DRIVER
424     P: Roger Wolff
425     M: R.E.Wolff@BitWizard.nl
426     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/arch/alpha/Kconfig linux-2.6.0/arch/alpha/Kconfig
427     --- linux-2.6.0.old/arch/alpha/Kconfig 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
428     +++ linux-2.6.0/arch/alpha/Kconfig 2003-12-28 20:50:09.059841040 -0500
429     @@ -654,6 +654,8 @@
430    
431     source "drivers/video/Kconfig"
432    
433     +source "drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig"
434     +
435     source "sound/Kconfig"
436    
437     source "drivers/usb/Kconfig"
438     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/arch/arm/Kconfig linux-2.6.0/arch/arm/Kconfig
439     --- linux-2.6.0.old/arch/arm/Kconfig 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
440     +++ linux-2.6.0/arch/arm/Kconfig 2003-12-28 20:50:09.059841040 -0500
441     @@ -634,6 +634,7 @@
442     source "fs/Kconfig"
443    
444     source "drivers/video/Kconfig"
445     +source "drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig"
446    
447     if ARCH_ACORN || ARCH_CLPS7500 || ARCH_TBOX || ARCH_SHARK || ARCH_SA1100 || PCI
448    
449     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/arch/m68k/Kconfig linux-2.6.0/arch/m68k/Kconfig
450     --- linux-2.6.0.old/arch/m68k/Kconfig 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
451     +++ linux-2.6.0/arch/m68k/Kconfig 2003-12-28 20:50:09.059841040 -0500
452     @@ -1132,6 +1132,7 @@
453     source "fs/Kconfig"
454    
455     source "drivers/video/Kconfig"
456     +source "drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig"
457    
458     menu "Kernel hacking"
459    
460     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/arch/mips/Kconfig linux-2.6.0/arch/mips/Kconfig
461     --- linux-2.6.0.old/arch/mips/Kconfig 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
462     +++ linux-2.6.0/arch/mips/Kconfig 2003-12-28 20:50:09.060840888 -0500
463     @@ -1247,6 +1247,7 @@
464    
465     source "drivers/video/Kconfig"
466    
467     +source "drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig"
468    
469     menu "Sound"
470    
471     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/arch/ppc/Kconfig linux-2.6.0/arch/ppc/Kconfig
472     --- linux-2.6.0.old/arch/ppc/Kconfig 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
473     +++ linux-2.6.0/arch/ppc/Kconfig 2003-12-28 20:50:09.060840888 -0500
474     @@ -1113,6 +1113,8 @@
475    
476     source "drivers/video/Kconfig"
477    
478     +source "drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig"
479     +
480     source "drivers/cdrom/Kconfig"
481    
482     source "drivers/input/Kconfig"
483     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/arch/sparc/Kconfig linux-2.6.0/arch/sparc/Kconfig
484     --- linux-2.6.0.old/arch/sparc/Kconfig 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
485     +++ linux-2.6.0/arch/sparc/Kconfig 2003-12-28 20:50:09.061840736 -0500
486     @@ -292,6 +292,8 @@
487    
488     source "drivers/video/Kconfig"
489    
490     +source "drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig"
491     +
492     source "drivers/mtd/Kconfig"
493    
494     source "drivers/serial/Kconfig"
495     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/arch/sparc64/Kconfig linux-2.6.0/arch/sparc64/Kconfig
496     --- linux-2.6.0.old/arch/sparc64/Kconfig 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
497     +++ linux-2.6.0/arch/sparc64/Kconfig 2003-12-28 20:50:09.061840736 -0500
498     @@ -495,6 +495,8 @@
499    
500     source "drivers/video/Kconfig"
501    
502     +source "drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig"
503     +
504     source "drivers/serial/Kconfig"
505    
506     source "drivers/sbus/char/Kconfig"
507     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/Kconfig linux-2.6.0/drivers/Kconfig
508     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/Kconfig 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
509     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/Kconfig 2003-12-28 20:50:09.061840736 -0500
510     @@ -44,6 +44,8 @@
511    
512     source "drivers/video/Kconfig"
513    
514     +source "drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig"
515     +
516     source "sound/Kconfig"
517    
518     source "drivers/usb/Kconfig"
519     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/Makefile linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/Makefile
520     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/Makefile 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
521     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/Makefile 2003-12-28 20:50:09.061840736 -0500
522     @@ -72,6 +72,7 @@
523     obj-$(CONFIG_NWFLASH) += nwflash.o
524     obj-$(CONFIG_SCx200_GPIO) += scx200_gpio.o
525    
526     +obj-$(CONFIG_SPEAKUP) += speakup/
527     obj-$(CONFIG_WATCHDOG) += watchdog/
528     obj-$(CONFIG_MWAVE) += mwave/
529     obj-$(CONFIG_AGP) += agp/
530     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/keyboard.c linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/keyboard.c
531     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/keyboard.c 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
532     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/keyboard.c 2003-12-28 20:50:09.062840584 -0500
533     @@ -41,6 +41,13 @@
534     #include <linux/sysrq.h>
535     #include <linux/input.h>
536    
537     +
538     +#include <linux/speakup.h>
539     +
540     +#ifdef CONFIG_SPEAKUP_MODULE
541     +spk_key_func addr_spk_key = NULL;
542     +#endif
543     +
544     static void kbd_disconnect(struct input_handle *handle);
545     extern void ctrl_alt_del(void);
546    
547     @@ -66,6 +73,10 @@
548    
549     #define KBD_DEFLOCK 0
550    
551     +/* Key types processed even in raw modes */
552     +
553     +#define TYPES_ALLOWED_IN_RAW_MODE ((1 << KT_SPEC) | (1 << KT_SHIFT) | (1 << KT_SPKUP))
554     +
555     void compute_shiftstate(void);
556    
557     /*
558     @@ -81,7 +92,7 @@
559     typedef void (k_handler_fn)(struct vc_data *vc, unsigned char value,
560     char up_flag, struct pt_regs *regs);
561     static k_handler_fn K_HANDLERS;
562     -static k_handler_fn *k_handler[16] = { K_HANDLERS };
563     +k_handler_fn *k_handler[16] = { K_HANDLERS };
564    
565     #define FN_HANDLERS\
566     fn_null, fn_enter, fn_show_ptregs, fn_show_mem,\
567     @@ -102,15 +113,18 @@
568     const int max_vals[] = {
569     255, ARRAY_SIZE(func_table) - 1, ARRAY_SIZE(fn_handler) - 1, NR_PAD - 1,
570     NR_DEAD - 1, 255, 3, NR_SHIFT - 1, 255, NR_ASCII - 1, NR_LOCK - 1,
571     - 255, NR_LOCK - 1, 255
572     + 255, NR_LOCK - 1, 255, 255
573     };
574    
575     const int NR_TYPES = ARRAY_SIZE(max_vals);
576    
577     struct kbd_struct kbd_table[MAX_NR_CONSOLES];
578     -static struct kbd_struct *kbd = kbd_table;
579     +struct kbd_struct *kbd = kbd_table;
580     static struct kbd_struct kbd0;
581    
582     +EXPORT_SYMBOL(kbd);
583     +EXPORT_SYMBOL(k_handler);
584     +
585     int spawnpid, spawnsig;
586    
587     /*
588     @@ -255,12 +269,14 @@
589     }
590     }
591     }
592     - if (ticks)
593     - mod_timer(&kd_mksound_timer, jiffies + ticks);
594     + if (ticks)
595     + mod_timer(&kd_mksound_timer, jiffies + ticks);
596     } else
597     kd_nosound(0);
598     }
599    
600     +EXPORT_SYMBOL(kd_mksound);
601     +
602     /*
603     * Setting the keyboard rate.
604     */
605     @@ -594,6 +610,7 @@
606     if (up_flag)
607     return;
608     if (value >= ARRAY_SIZE(fn_handler))
609     + if (up_flag || (value >= ARRAY_SIZE(fn_handler)))
610     return;
611     if ((kbd->kbdmode == VC_RAW ||
612     kbd->kbdmode == VC_MEDIUMRAW) &&
613     @@ -1101,6 +1118,13 @@
614     key_map = key_maps[shift_final];
615    
616     if (!key_map) {
617     +#ifdef CONFIG_SPEAKUP
618     + if (speakup_key(vc, shift_final, keycode, K(KT_SHIFT,0), !down, regs ))
619     + return;
620     +#elif defined(CONFIG_SPEAKUP_MODULE)
621     + if ( addr_spk_key && (*addr_spk_key)(vc, shift_final,
622     + keycode, K(KT_SHIFT,0), !down, regs) ) return;
623     +#endif
624     compute_shiftstate();
625     kbd->slockstate = 0;
626     return;
627     @@ -1115,10 +1139,17 @@
628     }
629    
630     type -= 0xf0;
631     -
632     - if (raw_mode && type != KT_SPEC && type != KT_SHIFT)
633     +#ifdef CONFIG_SPEAKUP
634     + if (speakup_key(vc, shift_final, keycode, keysym, !down, regs ))
635     return;
636     +#elif defined(CONFIG_SPEAKUP_MODULE)
637     + if ( addr_spk_key && (*addr_spk_key)(vc, shift_final,
638     + keycode, keysym, !down, regs) ) return;
639     +#endif
640    
641     + if (raw_mode && type != KT_SPEC && type != KT_SHIFT )
642     + return;
643     +
644     if (type == KT_LETTER) {
645     type = KT_LATIN;
646     if (vc_kbd_led(kbd, VC_CAPSLOCK)) {
647     @@ -1127,7 +1158,6 @@
648     keysym = key_map[keycode];
649     }
650     }
651     -
652     (*k_handler[type])(vc, keysym & 0xff, !down, regs);
653    
654     if (type != KT_SLOCK)
655     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/selection.c linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/selection.c
656     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/selection.c 2003-12-28 19:15:38.000000000 -0500
657     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/selection.c 2003-12-28 20:50:09.063840432 -0500
658     @@ -251,7 +251,8 @@
659     sel_end = new_sel_end;
660    
661     /* Allocate a new buffer before freeing the old one ... */
662     - bp = kmalloc((sel_end-sel_start)/2+1, GFP_KERNEL);
663     + bp = kmalloc((sel_end-sel_start)/2+1, (user) ?
664     + GFP_KERNEL: GFP_ATOMIC);
665     if (!bp) {
666     printk(KERN_WARNING "selection: kmalloc() failed\n");
667     clear_selection();
668     @@ -310,3 +311,4 @@
669    
670     EXPORT_SYMBOL(set_selection);
671     EXPORT_SYMBOL(paste_selection);
672     +EXPORT_SYMBOL(clear_selection);
673     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/BUGS linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/BUGS
674     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/BUGS 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
675     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/BUGS 2003-12-28 20:50:09.063840432 -0500
676     @@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
677     +Well, there are probably just thousands to squash, but these are the
678     +ones I think of as bugs.
679     +
680     +There is a problem with speakup interrogating LiteTalks with rom
681     +versions of at least 3.22 and earlier. (kirk)
682     +
683     +I define bugs as things which aren't working correctly although
684     +they've been implemented. NOT features which haven't been added yet.
685     +
686     + Kirk
687     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/COPYING linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/COPYING
688     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/COPYING 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
689     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/COPYING 2003-12-28 20:50:09.064840280 -0500
690     @@ -0,0 +1,358 @@
691     +
692     + NOTE! This copyright does *not* cover user programs that use kernel
693     + services by normal system calls - this is merely considered normal use
694     + of the kernel, and does *not* fall under the heading of "derived work".
695     + Also note that the GPL below is copyrighted by the Free Software
696     + Foundation, but the instance of code that it refers to (the Linux
697     + kernel) is copyrighted by me and others who actually wrote it.
698     +
699     + Linus Torvalds
700     +
701     +----------------------------------------
702     +
703     +This is included for completeness of GPL for the speakup project.
704     +Speakup is a screen review and speech synthesizer set of drivers and
705     +patches for the Linux kernel. (Kirk Reiser)
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1049     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/ChangeLog linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/ChangeLog
1050     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/ChangeLog 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
1051     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/ChangeLog 2003-12-28 20:50:09.066839976 -0500
1052     @@ -0,0 +1,2303 @@
1053     +2003-11-12 Wednesday 15:53 kirk
1054     +
1055     + Made the modifications for the Apollo synth in the Configure.help for
1056     + the 2.4.xx kernels. (kirk)
1057     +
1058     +2003-11-12 Wednesday 15:41 kirk
1059     +
1060     + Fixed the problem with the Speakout synth not getting detected on load
1061     + thanks to Steve Holmes. I over looked fixing Apolo to Apollo in
1062     + Config.in thanks to Bill Acker for noticing that. I still have to fix
1063     + it in Config.help but I'll do that shortly. Put fuzzy say_word
1064     + processing back in when say_word_ctl is not set thanks to John Covici
1065     + for that one. I also put cursor tracking on/off back in do to a cast
1066     + of thousands asking for it. Mostly at the instigation of Gene
1067     + Collins. You'll have to check to see if it actually works Gene.
1068     + (kirk)
1069     +
1070     +2003-11-11 Tuesday 09:51 david
1071     +
1072     + the keynote pc driver off the machine which had the working version, oops!
1073     +
1074     +2003-11-06 Thursday 14:00 kirk
1075     +
1076     + These are mostly maintenance fixes. I added the Keynote Gold PC
1077     + configuration information to Kconfig. I edited the keynote driver
1078     + speakup_keypc.c so it actually compiles. Someone else will have to
1079     + test this because I don't have a Keynote Gold PC. I removed the
1080     + serial_in functions which were not being used from the
1081     + speakup_acntsa.c and speakup_bns.c drivers. I actually finally got
1082     + around to fixing the Apollo driver and related other code to use
1083     + apollo with two 'l's like it should have been a long time ago. (kirk)
1084     +
1085     +2003-11-03 Monday 09:31 david
1086     +
1087     + fixed a multiplier bug in common so it would do negative multipliers.
1088     + also added prliminary keynote pc driver.
1089     +
1090     +2003-11-01 Saturday 17:45 kirk
1091     +
1092     + I moved the synth_alive setting to true up a number of lines. The
1093     + synths which depend on that variable were not receiving their
1094     + initialization strings because it wasn't set quite early enough. The
1095     + speakup_write() returns if synth_alive isn't set and so it wasn't
1096     + sending out the initialization strings. (kirk)
1097     +
1098     + I put a ten millisecond delay back in the probing code for the
1099     + speakout which I removed when updating last time. It may be the
1100     + reason the probe is failing on the Speakouts. (kirk)
1101     +
1102     +2003-10-28 Tuesday 11:15 david
1103     +
1104     + fixed volume command for j norton
1105     +
1106     +2003-10-24 Friday 14:20 david
1107     +
1108     + the EXPORT-OBJ is now fixed
1109     +
1110     +2003-10-24 Friday 14:00 david
1111     +
1112     + ok hopefully keyboard.c and char/Makefile will patch correctly
1113     +
1114     +2003-10-23 Thursday 10:14 david
1115     +
1116     + added delay for accent-sa.
1117     + also fixed bug where if word ended in col-80 and next line had word in col-1
1118     + next-word key would skip first workd on next line.
1119     +
1120     +2003-10-20 Monday 09:58 kirk
1121     +
1122     + Changed patch for architecture i386 from arch/i386/Kconfig to
1123     + drivers/Kconfig for kernels above 2.6.0-test7. I suspect this may
1124     + happen to many of the architecture files over time. Makes sense
1125     + really. (kirk)
1126     +
1127     +2003-10-10 Friday 16:08 kirk
1128     +
1129     + I have fixed the say_next_word bug which when moving to the next line
1130     + misses the partial word at the beginning of line caused by a wrap
1131     + around on the screen. I have also created a new
1132     + /proc/speakup/say_word_ctl option to allow a user to set whether they
1133     + have the old say word behavior or returns space if between words. The
1134     + default is the old way although not quite because I still have to fix
1135     + the way it used to check words. It will eventually have more control
1136     + options than just 0 return word or 1 return space on space. (kirk)
1137     +
1138     +2003-10-08 Wednesday 13:29 kirk
1139     +
1140     + Temporarily removing the MOD_INC_AND_DEC_USE_COUNT variables for now.
1141     + I am not sure they are particularly useful. (kirk)
1142     +
1143     +2003-10-08 Wednesday 11:02 kirk
1144     +
1145     + Made a couple of syntax changes to speakup_key_help and
1146     + speakup_acntsa.c. Also modified the Dectalk PC internal
1147     + driver. (kirk)
1148     +
1149     +2003-10-07 Tuesday 21:04 kirk
1150     +
1151     + Okay, I have modified all of the drivers except the Dectalk PC
1152     + internal. People are free to try them and let me know how they do or
1153     + don't work. (kirk)
1154     +
1155     +2003-10-07 Tuesday 16:02 kirk
1156     +
1157     + This is an experimental check in of speakup which has many changes and
1158     + fixes and most likely broken bits, in it. It is dangerous to use this
1159     + currently and unless you have an Apollo, Transport or LiteTalk it just
1160     + plain won't work.
1161     +
1162     + Now what I have done so far. Modified synth_request_region to steel
1163     + the tty's away from the operating system if we're being loaded as a
1164     + module or modules. Heavily modified the module sections of the code
1165     + to work properly under 2.6.x and 2.4.2? hopefully. Modified three
1166     + drivers so far to not pretend to be ready and available when they are
1167     + not. We get away with it under 2.4.x but not under 2.6.x. I don't
1168     + remember what else just now but a lot of changes. (kirk)
1169     +
1170     + When this is all finished you will be able to load or unload with
1171     + either modprobe or echo whichever you prefer. It will hopefully make
1172     + it easier for loading modules at boot time. (kirk)
1173     +
1174     +2003-09-19 Friday 10:03 kirk
1175     +
1176     + Just updating the ChangeLog before commensing to break things! (kirk)
1177     +
1178     +2003-09-19 Friday 10:01 kirk
1179     +
1180     + Updating the 2.6.0 tree based on 2.6.0-test5 which modified once again
1181     + how the arch Kconfig's are arranged. Also including the decpc driver
1182     + and fixing a Kconfig bug for the Audapter under 2.6.x kernels. (kirk)
1183     +
1184     +2003-08-18 Monday 13:02 gene
1185     +
1186     + Reverted from Jul 23 to Jul 16 LiteTalk driver because of a bad port test. (Gene)
1187     +
1188     +2003-08-08 Friday 14:15 david
1189     +
1190     + added punc level 4 for reading of extended characters above ascii 127
1191     + changed the say/spell word functions so that if not on a word say space
1192     + instead of dragging to the nearest word, prevented me from hearing
1193     + collumn misallignments.
1194     +
1195     +2003-08-02 Saturday 20:56 david
1196     +
1197     + fixed accent driver, forgot to set synth_alive (cuss cuss)
1198     + So it use to only talk when you pressed kill oops :-)
1199     +
1200     +2003-08-01 Friday 16:23 david
1201     +
1202     + fixed flush and some hanging issues. Also better board detection.
1203     +
1204     +2003-07-31 Thursday 11:27 david
1205     +
1206     + the dec_pc beta driver. You will also need dec_pc.tgz to init the
1207     + dec_pc board. The source for dtload is here.
1208     + the dec_pc.tgz contains dtload, a Readme and the dec_pc software.
1209     +
1210     +2003-07-30 Wednesday 14:50 david
1211     +
1212     + hmmm fixed help? darn thing didn't even compile. oops!!
1213     +
1214     +2003-07-30 Wednesday 14:45 david
1215     +
1216     + fixed help so it doesn't hang.
1217     + also removed the synthlist for modules. this means that new synth
1218     + can be loaded as modules without re-compiling speakup.
1219     + It now just looks for a module speakup_(name) with a valid check value
1220     + in the synth header.
1221     +
1222     +2003-07-28 Monday 18:48 david
1223     +
1224     + fixed dec to be more responsive after flush.
1225     + instead of waiting 100ms, wiat for receive ctl-a
1226     + from express, signals done flush.
1227     +
1228     +2003-07-23 Wednesday 14:26 david
1229     +
1230     + fixed bug in ltlk where if no synth kernel hung
1231     + waiting for input. Also made sure other
1232     + synths could not hang on startup.
1233     +
1234     +2003-07-22 Tuesday 17:17 kirk
1235     +
1236     + Checking in the 2.6.x changes to Makefile to support Davids new
1237     + makemapdata.c and makemapdata.h files. (kirk)
1238     +
1239     +2003-07-22 Tuesday 15:15 kirk
1240     +
1241     + Okay, I lied earlier as usual. This fix works and I know it! (kirk)
1242     +
1243     +2003-07-22 Tuesday 10:51 kirk
1244     +
1245     + Hopefully fixed once and for all the copy and paste call to
1246     + set_selection() for 2.4.x and 2.6.x kernels. Had to revert to using a
1247     + silly #if (linux_version_code) macro for a function argument which
1248     + gets bumped in 2.4.x kernels but is used as is in the 2.6.x
1249     + tree. (kirk)
1250     +
1251     +2003-07-21 Monday 08:26 david
1252     +
1253     + fixed keyhelp so speakup key is not announced twice as in
1254     + keypad 0, speakup keypad 0
1255     + the speakup mapping is required so speakup key is processed
1256     + when speakup bit is set.
1257     + also genmap now detects two functions mapped to same key combination.
1258     +
1259     +2003-07-18 Friday 10:08 david
1260     +
1261     + makemapdata.c creates mapdata.h which is used to
1262     + build genmap
1263     +
1264     +2003-07-18 Friday 10:07 david
1265     +
1266     + split genmap into two programs so includes do not
1267     + have to be available.
1268     + makemapdata constructs the tables which genmap uses
1269     + mapdata.h is compiled into genmap so it can be stand-alone
1270     +
1271     +2003-07-17 Thursday 16:24 david
1272     +
1273     + enlarged keytable was causing misread of say attributes,
1274     + also version #if on inc_mod_use_count was wrong
1275     +
1276     +2003-07-17 Thursday 09:46 david
1277     +
1278     + a script to load/save speakup configurations. run as speakupconf load/save
1279     + as root saves in /etc/speakup, as non-root saves in $HOME/.speakup
1280     +
1281     +2003-07-17 Thursday 08:09 kirk
1282     +
1283     + Checked in Kconfig-shared.patch which I forgot to check in yesterday.
1284     + Removed arch/mips/Kconfig which has been replaced with Kconfig-shared.
1285     + Fixed copy-and-paste which wasn't working in the 2.5.x and 2.6.x
1286     + kernel branches. (kirk)
1287     +
1288     +2003-07-16 Wednesday 20:50 kirk
1289     +
1290     + Rechecking in the 2.4.21 changes to speakup. I have also changed the
1291     + default punctuation delimeters to none and moved reading punc default
1292     + back to some. (kirk)
1293     +
1294     +2003-07-16 Wednesday 17:17 david
1295     +
1296     + long awaited keymap proc entry. use genmap to create the map.
1297     + as in genmap personal.map >/proc/speakup/keymap
1298     + or genmap personal.map >key_save
1299     + then at startup cat key_save >/proc/speakup/keymap
1300     +
1301     +2003-07-16 Wednesday 13:51 kirk
1302     +
1303     + Adding in initial support for Linux version 2.6.x. (kirk)
1304     +
1305     +2003-07-16 Wednesday 09:07 david
1306     +
1307     + added a check value to synth structure to validate on init.
1308     + added synth flags for synth speciffic processing.
1309     + added synth speciffic code for dectalk to insert a space between
1310     + puncs and alphas to stop dec from spelling urls etc when punc is not
1311     + spoken.
1312     +
1313     +2003-07-15 Tuesday 16:29 david
1314     +
1315     + added extended numeric processing to do $4.00 correctly.
1316     + no exnum chars are currently on, edit them is bound to speakup f9
1317     +
1318     +2003-07-11 Friday 08:43 david
1319     +
1320     + added a type 2 key echo for always speaking key even if system does not
1321     + echo, useful for validating visa numbers etc. in forms.
1322     +
1323     +2003-07-08 Tuesday 08:51 david
1324     +
1325     + fixed keyboard so works in raw mode and also prev hang bug fix from 2.4
1326     +
1327     +2003-07-08 Tuesday 08:35 david
1328     +
1329     + fixed keyboard hang, caused by shift_state pointing at null map
1330     + and I passed KT_SPKUP instead of KT_SHIFT which caused shift_state to not be computed
1331     +
1332     +2003-06-26 Thursday 14:32 kirk
1333     +
1334     + Modified Makefile to handle compiling of genmap and the speakupmap.h
1335     + dependency correctly once again in the 2.4.x tree. Also updated
1336     + ChangeLog because it hasn't been done for a while. (kirk)
1337     +
1338     +2003-06-26 Thursday 13:43 kirk
1339     +
1340     + These are mostly changes to try to get the modularization working with
1341     + the 2.5.x kernel tree. They may have had an unstablizing affect on
1342     + the 2.4.x tree so beware.
1343     +
1344     + Changes include modifying genmap.c to hopefully work in both the 2.4.x
1345     + and 2.5.x trees. This has not yet been tested on the 2.4.x tree
1346     + although it will be soon. The reason for it's changes are because the
1347     + 2.4.x kernels 'cd' into each directory and then run Makefile. In the
1348     + 2.5.x kernels all compiling is run from the tree root.
1349     +
1350     + Modified Makefile to also use the 2.5.x Makefile changes and reordered
1351     + the synth lines alphabetically.
1352     +
1353     + Modified a couple of drivers and the module include files to
1354     + incorporate Tom Stivers module licensing strings which will hopefully
1355     + stop the tainted kernel messages on module loading.
1356     +
1357     + Partially incorporated the modularization code into keyboard.c, vt.c
1358     + and I'm not sure what other patches. This is not complete. Speakup
1359     + works if built-in but I am getting all sorts of kernel oopses when
1360     + loading modules. There's something I don't have quite right just
1361     + yet. (kirk)
1362     +
1363     +2003-06-19 Thursday 09:41 kirk
1364     +
1365     + qUpdated files for 2.4.21 which will require using it. Files changed are arch/mips/config-share.in, drivers/char/Makefile, drivers/char/keyboard.c and removed the miscdevices.h patch which doesn't appear to be necessary any longer. (kirk)
1366     +
1367     +2003-06-18 Wednesday 16:29 david
1368     +
1369     + added module include
1370     +
1371     +2003-06-17 Tuesday 16:37 david
1372     +
1373     + fixes to makefiles in speakup and char so it actually builds :-)
1374     +
1375     +2003-06-16 Monday 16:55 david
1376     +
1377     + added hopefully all the exported symbols for
1378     + modular speakup
1379     +
1380     +2003-06-16 Monday 16:40 david
1381     +
1382     + added the patch for vt.c to export kd_mksound for spk module
1383     +
1384     +2003-06-16 Monday 16:38 david
1385     +
1386     + modularized speakup now works on 2.4.
1387     + loading any synth with modprobe should load spk.o and start talking
1388     +
1389     +2003-06-13 Friday 12:43 david
1390     +
1391     + added key exploring to help so they ident when pressed.
1392     + also took off the unsigned from the int currcons as
1393     + fg_console is an int so the called funcs ought to take an int
1394     +
1395     +2003-06-13 Friday 08:39 kirk
1396     +
1397     + A couple of small fixes I keep making and forgetting to check in. Fixed
1398     + CONFIG_SPEAKUP_APOLO in the Kconfig file. Placed a space after cap in
1399     + the caps_start string for the apolo. I can't remember what else
1400     + off-hand. (kirk)
1401     +
1402     +2003-06-12 Thursday 15:48 kirk
1403     +
1404     + A simple typo fix in ld_help although I like having hell in the middle
1405     + of help. (kirk)
1406     +
1407     +2003-06-12 Thursday 14:39 david
1408     +
1409     + keyinfo.h is #defines and enum formerly in include/linux/speakup.h
1410     + these are not kernel specific and might as well be here!
1411     +
1412     +2003-06-12 Thursday 14:37 david
1413     +
1414     + moved defines to keyinfo.h and 2.5 task scheduling stuff
1415     +
1416     +2003-06-12 Thursday 14:30 david
1417     +
1418     + moved defines for keys to keyinfo.h in speakup directory.
1419     + version 2.5 scheduling also
1420     +
1421     +2003-06-12 Thursday 12:07 david
1422     +
1423     + added speakup_keyhelp.c
1424     + key help module
1425     +
1426     +2003-06-12 Thursday 12:05 david
1427     +
1428     + added a rather nifty key help module currently speakup-f1
1429     + must do make modules and make modules_install to install it.
1430     +
1431     +2003-05-30 Friday 13:18 david
1432     +
1433     + changed special handlers to return int so -1 is error, 0 let system
1434     + do key, 1 we used the key.
1435     + also changed read_punc default to 3.
1436     + also goto can end with another goto press or enter,
1437     + I prefer enter to do the goto.
1438     +
1439     +2003-05-30 Friday 09:52 david
1440     +
1441     + moved the re-enable synth to speech_kill as this is the total speech off
1442     + also fixed a bug where if speakup_off it was reading when cursor keys pressed
1443     +
1444     +2003-05-27 Tuesday 21:19 david
1445     +
1446     + forgot to add speech_kill to speakupmap.map
1447     +
1448     +2003-05-27 Tuesday 11:20 kirk
1449     +
1450     + I believe I've fixed the 2.5.x speech output going away. It was
1451     + is_cursor never getting set back to zero because of an inverted test
1452     + in cursor_stop_timer(). Took one hell of a lot of work to hunt it
1453     + down though. I also fixed another bug which was passing a u_char in a
1454     + function header when the calling argument was actually an int, talk
1455     + about interesting results. (kirk)
1456     +
1457     +2003-05-23 Friday 11:04 david
1458     +
1459     + fixed a couple of missing parens in speakup.h and took out double setting
1460     + of $V in Makefile. It stays set from first test.
1461     +
1462     +2003-05-22 Thursday 19:35 kirk
1463     +
1464     + Okay, doesn't it figure that I couldn't get it right the first time
1465     + anytime. Moved the #if linux_version_code test block for the
1466     + #includes down to get around the voodoo compiler errors. Also had to
1467     + remove a line I missed having in a version check #ifdef in
1468     + speakup_drvcommon.c. (kirk)
1469     +
1470     +2003-05-22 Thursday 17:21 kirk
1471     +
1472     + This is the first preliminary check in of the new #if revisions for
1473     + the 2.4.x and 2.5.x kernels. The files affected are Makefile,
1474     + speakup.c, speakup_drvcommon.c and spk_priv.h. I have also removed
1475     + the speakupmap section of Kconfig and the char/Makefile related to the
1476     + speakupmap code. Hopefully this won't break anything but world peace
1477     + is probably just around the corner as well. (kirk)
1478     +
1479     +2003-05-21 Wednesday 16:40 david
1480     +
1481     + fixed keyboard.h and speakup.h for b2.5 kernels
1482     +
1483     +2003-05-21 Wednesday 16:21 david
1484     +
1485     + #ifdef versioned Kirk's changed for 2.5
1486     + added a version of Terry Cudney's keymap so laptop users will be happy
1487     + allowed multiple defs of the speakup key currently
1488     + caps_lock, left_meta and numpad_insert
1489     +
1490     +2003-05-16 Friday 18:20 kirk
1491     +
1492     + Okay, I've figured out what's wrong now I have to figure out how to
1493     + fix it. Here is a temporary fix though I think. I'm placing the
1494     + original 2.4.20 spk_priv.h back in place. (kirk)
1495     +
1496     +2003-05-16 Friday 18:07 kirk
1497     +
1498     + To weird, this is 2.4.x being fixed yet again. (kirk)
1499     +
1500     +2003-05-16 Friday 18:04 kirk
1501     +
1502     + Okay, trying this once again. this is the 2.5.x tree. (kirk)
1503     +
1504     +2003-05-16 Friday 17:44 kirk
1505     +
1506     + This is just getting to weird. This is another check in of Makefile,
1507     + speakup.c and speakup_drvcommon.c for the 2.4.20 tree. These seem to
1508     + keep getting overwritten when I checkin the 2.5.x tree. (kirk)
1509     +
1510     +2003-05-16 Friday 16:53 kirk
1511     +
1512     + cvs add'ing the new spk_priv.h file for 2.5.x. (kirk)
1513     +
1514     +2003-05-16 Friday 16:51 kirk
1515     +
1516     + Forgot to checkin a slightly modified spk_priv.h earlier. It seems
1517     + the timer_list structure has changed somewhat in 2.5.x kernels. The
1518     + member structure list has changed names to entry. (kirk)
1519     +
1520     +2003-05-16 Friday 15:40 kirk
1521     +
1522     + Okay, checking the proper 2.4.x Makefile, speakup.c and
1523     + speakup_drvcommon.c files hopefully. (kirk)
1524     +
1525     +2003-05-16 Friday 14:57 yue
1526     +
1527     + Still trying to clean up all of my screw-ups from the original checkin
1528     + of the 2.5.x material. (kirk)
1529     +
1530     +2003-05-16 Friday 14:04 yue
1531     +
1532     + Forgot to add the new patch files in diff-v25. Time to take a break I
1533     + think. (kirk)
1534     +
1535     +2003-05-16 Friday 13:20 yue
1536     +
1537     + Just removing the config.help which isn't needed under v2.5.x any
1538     + longer. (kirk)
1539     +
1540     +2003-05-16 Friday 12:43 yue
1541     +
1542     + This is the first checkin of the new 2.5.x speakup code. We have
1543     + created patches against the 2.4.x versions of speakup Makefile,
1544     + speakup.c speakup_drvcommon.c, as well as adding Kconfig which is the
1545     + new 2.5.x configuration system. (kirk really Yue)
1546     +
1547     +2003-05-13 Tuesday 13:05 david
1548     +
1549     + took out the console announce, added stuff for the soon coming help handler
1550     + add speakup.o to the objects that export symbols in Makefile
1551     +
1552     +2003-05-13 Tuesday 10:35 david
1553     +
1554     + moved the shift check in speakup_key so the spk key can be one
1555     + of the shift/ctrl/alts if someone wants that.
1556     + added announcement when switching consoles.
1557     + added flag to stop multiple misc_register from being done,
1558     + crashed kernel if called more than once.
1559     +
1560     +2003-05-13 Tuesday 09:51 kirk
1561     +
1562     + Okay, I fucked things up big time when I cleaned up the Makefile last
1563     + night. I kinda cleaned up to much. I think it's all better
1564     + now. (kirk)
1565     +
1566     +2003-05-12 Monday 21:48 kirk
1567     +
1568     + Fixed a couple of typos in checkout. BTW, everyone needs a new
1569     + checkout script. (kirk)
1570     +
1571     +2003-05-12 Monday 21:35 kirk
1572     +
1573     + Turning on the --silent flag in patch. (kirk)
1574     +
1575     +2003-05-12 Monday 21:28 kirk
1576     +
1577     + Adding in the new patch files in diff-v24. (kirk)
1578     +
1579     +2003-05-12 Monday 21:05 kirk
1580     +
1581     + Cleaning up the speakup Makefile and about to destroy checkin and
1582     + checkout. Hopefully not for long. I, if successful, am modifying the
1583     + files in diff-vxx to be relative to the root dir which is the top
1584     + directory of the kernel tree. Checkout will first look for a command
1585     + line argument pointing to the kernel tree. If none is given it will
1586     + check for the existence of a kernel and Documentation directory in the
1587     + current directory and if found will determine that it is in the root
1588     + directory and set ROOTDIR accordingly. if not we will fall back to
1589     + assuming the tree is in /usr/src/linux. (kirk)
1590     +
1591     +2003-05-12 Monday 19:36 david
1592     +
1593     + fixed edit punc/delim/repeats to allow shift.
1594     + Also allow alpha in delim/repeats
1595     +
1596     +2003-05-12 Monday 17:20 david
1597     +
1598     + added the shift states to thespeakup internam key_buf
1599     + required for help, coming soon.
1600     + also extened key_max to 128 so windows keys could be used.
1601     +
1602     +2003-05-12 Monday 11:38 david
1603     +
1604     + added more info to the keymap, also finished spk key now defineable.
1605     + added it to map as KEY_KP0. genmap just puts out numbers to speakupmap.h now.
1606     + working towards /proc/speakup/keymap loading.
1607     + using genmap to generate the proc stuff as well as the built-in map.
1608     + added error checking to set_key_info as well as pass in the buffer so we could
1609     + have console speciffic keymaps if we want too at a later time.
1610     +
1611     +2003-05-10 Saturday 18:36 david
1612     +
1613     + in the second call to speakup_key keysym was uninitialized and could have
1614     + inadvertantly called one of the handlers with bad data.
1615     +
1616     +2003-05-10 Saturday 14:45 david
1617     +
1618     + I put the fix in for keyboard.c so if no map speakup_key will
1619     + still be called. also the = in genmap.c
1620     +
1621     +2003-05-10 Saturday 13:33 kirk
1622     +
1623     + Okay, added an equal sign to the output loop condition in genmap.c
1624     + which was causing the speakupmap.h to be cut-off one entry to soon.
1625     + Removed a 'l' from the word coll in say_position() which was causing
1626     + some synths the Audapter in particular to mispronounce it. Removed
1627     + symbols.h because it appears we do not need it any longer. (kirk)
1628     +
1629     +2003-05-10 Saturday 00:00 david
1630     +
1631     + fixed a tolower bug in genmap.c as you can't downshift a quoted string.
1632     + also some module unloading code in speakup.c to restore the key_handlers.
1633     + Still more module stuff to be done.
1634     +
1635     +2003-05-09 Friday 15:17 david
1636     +
1637     + spk_con_module.h is include by ../console.c when speakup
1638     + is configured as a module.
1639     +
1640     +2003-05-09 Friday 15:16 david
1641     +
1642     + the new mappings generated from speakupmap.map
1643     +
1644     +2003-05-09 Friday 15:15 david
1645     +
1646     + now speakupmap.h is included in speakup to provide mappings
1647     +
1648     +2003-05-09 Friday 15:13 david
1649     +
1650     + changed genmap and speakupmap.map to be the new style of keymaps
1651     + key names are now from include/linux/input.h
1652     + no special default keymap anymore, speakup mappings are done in speakup itself.
1653     + many changes in speakup.c also for local keymapping and more moving towards being able to be a
1654     + module. the speakup key numpad 0 is currently hardcoded but may change soon.
1655     + the modifiers currently supported are shift, ctrl, alt, altgr, spk and double
1656     + the double press keys can now be anything which has a single press map.
1657     + Warning: this is relatively untested code and may not be extremely stable
1658     + although it has not crashed for me.
1659     +
1660     +2003-05-07 Wednesday 13:14 david
1661     +
1662     + more moving to a module version. fixed init so is module callable by moving
1663     + the code into speakup_open accept the initial alloc then module can alloc first console
1664     + and call open. Also changed KT_SPKUP to 14 so if null synth they will
1665     + be ignored.
1666     +
1667     +2003-05-05 Monday 09:56 kirk
1668     +
1669     + Starting the trashing of 2.2.x kernel support. We are moving toward
1670     + 2.4.x and 2.5.x. (kirk)
1671     +
1672     +2003-05-05 Monday 09:46 david
1673     +
1674     + start of modularizing speakup.
1675     + also fixed char/Makefile so in no speakup default keymap the kernel still
1676     + compiles. changed parms to speakup_key for mapping of speakup keys in speakup
1677     + itself to support 2.5 kernels.
1678     +
1679     +2003-05-03 Saturday 19:29 kirk
1680     +
1681     + Fixed bug in say_next_word which caused skipping over the entire next
1682     + word if you were on the space just before the word. (kirk)
1683     +
1684     +2003-05-02 Friday 20:10 kirk
1685     +
1686     + Moved spk_register_dev() into proc_init() and removed the main.c patch
1687     + to do the registration. That should fix the devfs hang problem. Also
1688     + took the \r out of the synth_interrogate() function in
1689     + speakup_ltlk.c. (kirk)
1690     +
1691     +2003-05-02 Friday 18:43 kirk
1692     +
1693     + Fixed the problem with writing back to a string file in /proc/speakup
1694     + by surrounding the string in quotes and prepending a \x before
1695     + unprintable characters. I think it's a bit of a kludge so if anyone
1696     + sees a more elligant solution to the problem please invoke
1697     + same. (kirk)
1698     +
1699     +2003-05-02 Friday 12:01 kirk
1700     +
1701     + Now that I've added the ChangeLog, maybe just maybe I should make sure
1702     + it's up to date. (kirk)
1703     +
1704     +2003-05-02 Friday 11:56 kirk
1705     +
1706     + Adding the correct tome offset from Steve Homes for the Speak Out
1707     + driver. Also adding the ChangeLog which I thought was already part of
1708     + it. Go figure. (kirk)
1709     +
1710     +2003-05-01 Thursday 10:52 david
1711     +
1712     + fixed a bug in phonetic char and also have it prefix digits with number.
1713     +
1714     +2003-04-30 Wednesday 22:33 david
1715     +
1716     + try to get the cvs to eat my tab mod in console.c so tabbed
1717     + columns read properly
1718     +
1719     +2003-04-30 Wednesday 22:27 david
1720     +
1721     + fixed a bug where punctuation allowed to synth when punct is off said
1722     + nothing but could announce repeats.
1723     + also suppress multiples so repeats don't give long pauses.
1724     + added a write of a space in the console for a tab so tabbed columns
1725     + read properly not run together.
1726     +
1727     +2003-04-30 Wednesday 19:14 kirk
1728     +
1729     + I've put a test in synth_interrogate() to break from the rom version
1730     + loop if i gets larger than 48. I'm trying to find out what could
1731     + cause some ltlks to hang the system. (kirk)
1732     +
1733     +2003-04-30 Wednesday 17:02 kirk
1734     +
1735     + Just checking in the latest cvs logs. We have been remiss in keeping
1736     + on top of it.. (kirk)
1737     +
1738     +2003-04-30 Wednesday 14:29 david
1739     +
1740     + forgot to append a space in speak_char, kind of sounds funny!
1741     +
1742     +2003-04-30 Wednesday 14:21 david
1743     +
1744     + fixed one line windows, forgot to set bottom.
1745     + also some optimization in synth_start and spkup_write.
1746     + took the ex_num handling for now as it was buggy
1747     +
1748     +2003-04-30 Wednesday 12:35 kirk
1749     +
1750     + Changed speakup_ltlk.c to support the newer chip set needing a \r the
1751     + interrogate command. This now works with the TrippleTalk serial ports
1752     + on the usb synths as well. (Kirk)
1753     +
1754     +2003-04-29 Tuesday 08:43 kirk
1755     +
1756     + Fix synth detection string in speakup_audptr.c from "0x05[q" to
1757     + "\x05[q". (kirk)
1758     +
1759     +2003-04-28 Monday 12:24 david
1760     +
1761     + fixed chars_write_proc a rather silly bug, well two of them,
1762     + a bad optimization, and cnt was not zero when going back to get_more
1763     +
1764     +2003-04-25 Friday 15:35 david
1765     +
1766     + fixed get_word so if on a space before a word, advances one char.
1767     + Also an odd bug insay_word where multiple words of one char the same would get counted
1768     + as repeats, append a space to the word to stop this behaviour.
1769     +
1770     +2003-04-24 Thursday 15:32 david
1771     +
1772     + speakup.h in include/linux needs updating
1773     +
1774     +2003-04-24 Thursday 13:40 david
1775     +
1776     + fixed the rate and voice keys in the map I got caught by cut and paste
1777     +
1778     +2003-04-24 Thursday 13:28 kirk
1779     +
1780     + Fixed lock_status[] array to remove the second 'n' in on. Rewrote the
1781     + probe routine for the Transport driver to get a more reliable probing
1782     + on module loads. (kirk)
1783     +
1784     +2003-04-24 Thursday 12:09 david
1785     +
1786     + added reading level punctuation on speakup 3-4 top row numbers, moved rate to speakup 5-6
1787     + and voice change on speakup 7-8 top row numbers
1788     + also took out the __init declarations on places that may be called
1789     + more than once such as synth init/probe code
1790     +
1791     +2003-04-23 Wednesday 21:03 kirk
1792     +
1793     + A small modification to the top_edge() function to try to correct the
1794     + move to top of screen problem. (kirk)
1795     +
1796     +2003-04-23 Wednesday 20:14 david
1797     +
1798     + fixed a bug where numlock also made cursor keys numeric
1799     + was passing scancode to speakup_key not the translated keycode.
1800     + also makes numeric + and / work too!
1801     +
1802     +2003-04-23 Wednesday 13:53 david
1803     +
1804     + fix to mod_code that should fix the null pointer problem
1805     + If a module was installed wile another synth was active the wrong pointer
1806     + was updated
1807     +
1808     +2003-04-22 Tuesday 22:13 david
1809     +
1810     + fixed prev and next word so they stop on lines containing only delimiters
1811     + hopefully right this time.
1812     +
1813     +2003-04-22 Tuesday 11:16 david
1814     +
1815     + turn off temp park on type KT_SPEC keys such as enter, locks etc.
1816     +
1817     +2003-04-22 Tuesday 11:06 david
1818     +
1819     + added window which can be set, cleared, silenced or read,
1820     + currently bound to speakup with f1-f4 respectively
1821     + added keyboard editing of punc/delimiter/repeat chars.
1822     + currently mapped as follows:
1823     + speakup f5, edit some. speakup f6, edit most.
1824     + speakup f7, edit delimiters. speakup f8, edit repeats.
1825     + also touched initial rates in dectlk, decext, dtlk and ltlk synth files.
1826     +
1827     +2003-04-21 Monday 14:03 kirk
1828     +
1829     + I've fixed a character misplacement in speakup_decext.c in serprobe().
1830     + I hope this fixes Genes problem. (kirk)
1831     +
1832     +2003-04-21 Monday 12:35 kirk
1833     +
1834     + Just changing grave to accent again in the characters array. This is
1835     + really a test to see how cvs logging to a mailing list works. (kirk)
1836     +
1837     +2003-04-21 Monday 12:28 kirk
1838     +
1839     + Just changing grave to accent again in the characters array. This is
1840     + really a test to see how cvs logging to a mailing list works. (kirk)
1841     +
1842     +2003-04-18 Friday 15:44 david
1843     +
1844     + fixed open brace function begins, added numlock on gives numbers, fixed bugs in next/prev word
1845     + bleeps for attrib and bleep now do: 0 nothing, 1 beep, 2 announce, 3 both
1846     + changed speakup_reset to speakup_key, better name.
1847     + changed temperary park so it goes on only you move the review cursor.
1848     + i.e. prev/next char, word, line, edges, first/last char.
1849     +
1850     +2003-04-16 Wednesday 14:04 kirk
1851     +
1852     + I've changed speakupmap.map keycode 14 back to Delete from Backspace.
1853     + Thank you David for finding that. I've also changed the grave accent
1854     + key back to accent from grave which I'm afraid blends into strings to
1855     + well. (kirk)
1856     +
1857     +2003-04-14 Monday 16:32 kirk
1858     +
1859     + I forgot to #include "cvsversion.h" in the last check in. This also
1860     + has David's new speakup_reset() function. I haven't tested it
1861     + yet. (kirk)
1862     +
1863     +2003-04-14 Monday 14:37 kirk
1864     +
1865     + Okay, this is the first check in of Dave Borowski's major revisions to
1866     + speakup. It includes automagic cursor tracking, synth driver
1867     + modularization a whole bunch of rewritten code and a whack of new bugs
1868     + as well. This is very unstable currently, use at your own
1869     + risk. (kirk)
1870     +
1871     +2003-03-18 Tuesday 16:11 kirk
1872     +
1873     + Put a key definition into speakupmap.map for ShiftR keycode 55 which I
1874     + forgot to include when I was modifying how the map worked. This
1875     + restores the speakup go to column and row with the insert cursoring
1876     + mode. (kirk)
1877     +
1878     +2002-12-13 Friday 20:15 kirk
1879     +
1880     + Okay, to fix the problem when there is no speakup map loaded and
1881     + numlock is turned on, I've renamed all altgr modifiers to Shiftr which
1882     + is not used. I also changed the key check in speakup_control to the
1883     + shiftr code. As far as I can tell this fixes the problem. I had to
1884     + define the keymaps = line to include the 32 weight for the shiftr
1885     + key. (kirk)
1886     +
1887     +2002-08-15 Thursday 20:00 gene
1888     +
1889     + Fix multiple quick_quiet definition for 2.2.x (Gene)
1890     +
1891     +2002-08-07 Wednesday 14:10 kirk
1892     +
1893     + Stupid me forgot to remove a plus sign. Sorry about that folks. (kirk)
1894     +
1895     +2002-08-07 Wednesday 12:27 kirk
1896     +
1897     + Just fixing the miscdev.h /dev/synth entry which was rejected because a new line added to the file. (kirk)
1898     +
1899     +2002-07-05 Friday 21:52 gene
1900     +
1901     + fixed 2.2.x numlock 0 bug (Gene)
1902     +
1903     +2002-07-05 Friday 14:01 kirk
1904     +
1905     + Checking numlock keyboard enter '0' fix for 2.4.18 in keyboard.c
1906     + (kirk)
1907     +
1908     +2002-07-05 Friday 13:51 kirk
1909     +
1910     + Added in David Borowski's patches with takes speakupmap.map with text
1911     + strings representing the functions and converts them to their hex
1912     + string values usable by loadkeys. This patch affects Makefile in
1913     + speakup, speakupmap.map and a new file genmap.c. (kirk)
1914     +
1915     + Fixed the bug which placed a '0' on the command line when hitting
1916     + 'enter' with numlock mode on. Speakup_control() was being called from
1917     + do_spec() with a bad value. (kirk)
1918     +
1919     +2002-06-14 Friday 15:55 gene
1920     +
1921     + Edited drivers/char/Makefile to elimate multiple keymap definition problem (Gene)
1922     +
1923     +2002-06-13 Thursday 17:43 kirk
1924     +
1925     + Removed the speakup/Makefile patch I added last week because I found a
1926     + cleaner way to handle the make build variable changes. (kirk)
1927     +
1928     +2002-06-13 Thursday 10:21 jim
1929     +
1930     + /usr/src/linux/drivers/char/Makefile:
1931     + truncated line to read:
1932     + KEYMAP =
1933     + (jim)
1934     +
1935     +2002-06-11 Tuesday 14:24 kirk
1936     +
1937     + Once again fixing changes to drivers/char/Makefile and speakup/Makefile. I think this will work better and more cleanly now. (kirk)
1938     +
1939     +2002-06-10 Monday 13:58 kirk
1940     +
1941     + Trying to fix speakup/Makefile so it is the original once again. (kirk)
1942     +
1943     +2002-06-04 Tuesday 15:00 kirk
1944     +
1945     + Adding the new speakup/Makefile.patch to the cvs repository. (kirk)
1946     +
1947     +2002-06-04 Tuesday 14:57 kirk
1948     +
1949     + Modified drivers/charMakefile to fix rejected speakup patch. I also
1950     + had to modify speakup/Makefile to use export-objs instead of O_OBJECTS
1951     + which was causing multiple symbol definitions from
1952     + speakupmap.o. (kirk)
1953     +
1954     +2002-04-30 Tuesday 13:25 kirk
1955     +
1956     + Updating speakup to 2.5.11 and fixing ppc architecture patch. Also
1957     + included the move to end of line function from 2.4.x and 2.2.x trees.
1958     + (kirk)
1959     +
1960     +2002-04-11 Thursday 09:31 gene
1961     +
1962     + Checked in nr_speakup changes for 2.2.x to fix load keys problem (Gene)
1963     +
1964     +2002-04-10 Wednesday 14:30 kirk
1965     +
1966     + Changed NR_SPKUP to 0x2a in keyboard.h which was causing an unable to
1967     + bind error when leading speakupmap.map with loadkeys in 2.4.x
1968     + kernels with the new control-kp1 key. (kirk)
1969     + ----------------------------------------------------------------------
1970     + speakupmap.map CVS:
1971     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^Documentation^Configure.help.patch CVS:
1972     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^Documentation^speakup^DefaultKeyAssignments.copy
1973     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^Documentation^speakup^keymap-tutorial.copy
1974     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^arch^alpha^config.in.patch CVS:
1975     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^arch^arm^config.in.patch CVS:
1976     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^arch^i386^config.in.patch CVS:
1977     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^arch^m68k^config.in.patch CVS:
1978     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^arch^mips^config.in.patch CVS:
1979     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^arch^ppc^config.in.patch CVS:
1980     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^arch^sparc64^config.in.patch CVS:
1981     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^arch^sparc^config.in.patch CVS:
1982     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^drivers^char^Makefile.patch CVS:
1983     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^drivers^char^console.c.patch CVS:
1984     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^drivers^char^keyboard.c.patch CVS:
1985     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^drivers^char^selection.c.patch CVS:
1986     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^fs^proc^root.c.patch CVS:
1987     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^include^linux^keyboard.h.patch CVS:
1988     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^include^linux^miscdevice.h.patch CVS:
1989     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^include^linux^proc_fs.h.patch CVS:
1990     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^include^linux^speakup.h.copy CVS:
1991     + diff-v24/^usr^src^linux^init^main.c.patch CVS:
1992     + ----------------------------------------------------------------------
1993     +
1994     +2002-04-04 Thursday 11:33 gene
1995     +
1996     + Updated DefaultKeyAssignments for 2.2.x kernels - Gene Collins
1997     +
1998     +2002-04-02 Tuesday 12:27 kirk
1999     +
2000     + Editted defaultKeyAssignments to reflect the new key combination
2001     + control keypad 1 for move to last character on line. (kirk)
2002     +
2003     +2002-04-02 Tuesday 10:45 kirk
2004     +
2005     + Added new function end_of_line() to move the reading cursor to the
2006     + last character on the current line. (kirk)
2007     +
2008     +2002-03-27 Wednesday 10:44 kirk
2009     +
2010     + Have modified speakup_shut_off() or whatever it's called to not sync
2011     + the reading cursor to the actual cursor when temporarily shutting off
2012     + speakup. It was a request from Geoff Shang and others. (kirk)
2013     +
2014     + I cleaned up the Todo file to remove recent changes in features.
2015     + (kirk)
2016     +
2017     +2002-03-03 Sunday 22:32 kirk
2018     +
2019     + Checking in changes for 2.4.18 which stop the two patch hunks from
2020     + failing on keyboard.c. As far as I can tell they are format changes
2021     + which don't have anything to do with speakup directly. (kirk)
2022     +
2023     +2002-02-19 Tuesday 11:12 kirk
2024     +
2025     + Checking in modifications to linux/init/main.c for 2.5.5pre1. I still
2026     + need to find a better place for that patch; it is very out of place
2027     + there now. (kirk)
2028     +
2029     +2002-02-05 Tuesday 22:31 gene
2030     +
2031     +
2032     + Updated 2.2 tree with the new numlock handling code. (Gene)
2033     +
2034     +2002-02-05 Tuesday 20:22 kirk
2035     +
2036     + Removed some duplicate #include lines in speakup.c (kirk)
2037     +
2038     +2002-02-05 Tuesday 11:15 kirk
2039     +
2040     + Made the changes to move numlock checking code out of keyboard.c into
2041     + speakup_control() in the 2.4.x tree. (kirk)
2042     +
2043     +2002-02-05 Tuesday 11:01 kirk
2044     +
2045     + Moved the numlock checking code into speakup_control() where it
2046     + belongs and out of keyboard.c in the 2.5.x tree. (kirk)
2047     +
2048     +2002-02-04 Monday 15:18 kirk
2049     +
2050     + Just adding the new Config.help copy file into cvs. (kirk)
2051     +
2052     +2002-02-04 Monday 15:16 kirk
2053     +
2054     + Modified speakup to work with linux 2.5.3 which intailed changing the
2055     + patch for linux/init/main.c and creating Config.help for the speakup
2056     + directory instead of the linuxDocumentation/Configure.help. The help
2057     + for each subdirectory is now maintained within that directory.
2058     +
2059     + Also hand patched keyboard.c to be compatible with the numlock changes
2060     + to the 2.4.x tree. Just dropped speakup.h from that distribution in
2061     + place it hasn't changed much yet. (Kirk)
2062     +
2063     +2002-01-25 Friday 10:48 gene
2064     +
2065     +
2066     + Updated 2.2 tree to work with new keypad numlock layout (Gene)
2067     +
2068     +2002-01-20 Sunday 17:46 kirk
2069     +
2070     + I've changed the #define's for TOP_EDGE, LEFT_EDGE and RIGHT_EDGE from
2071     + 0x4[def] which are out of range for nr speakup keys to values in
2072     + range. I hope this fixes the problem without breaking something
2073     + else. (kirk)
2074     +
2075     +2002-01-20 Sunday 16:13 kirk
2076     +
2077     + Removed a few double tab chars before altgr keycodes 71 and 73.
2078     + Hopefully this will correct the key binding problem when loading
2079     + speakupmap.map with loadkeys. (kirk)
2080     +
2081     +2002-01-11 Friday 14:43 gene
2082     +
2083     +
2084     + Checked in numlock feature for the 2.2 tree. (Gene)
2085     +
2086     +2002-01-11 Friday 11:11 kirk
2087     +
2088     + Modified the Apollo driver to allow chars above 0x80 through as an
2089     + experiment to see if foreign languages using those upper characters
2090     + will work correctly. (kirk)
2091     +
2092     +2002-01-10 Thursday 16:37 kirk
2093     +
2094     + Woops! Some how we lost cut and paste in our upgrades to numlock
2095     + control. Wouldn't that just make everyone happy! (kirk)
2096     +
2097     +2002-01-10 Thursday 15:41 kirk
2098     +
2099     + Checking in speakup.h again for the 2.4.x tree, it didn't take. (Kirk)
2100     +
2101     +2002-01-09 Wednesday 17:54 kirk
2102     +
2103     + For some reason speakup.h didn't get updated this morning. Should be
2104     + okay now. (kirk)
2105     +
2106     +2002-01-09 Wednesday 09:58 kirk
2107     +
2108     + Woops, the correct keyboard.c didn't get checked in. (kirk)
2109     +
2110     +2002-01-09 Wednesday 08:16 kirk
2111     +
2112     + Added numlock feature to allow the keypad to act as a normal number
2113     + pad when the numlock is on. (Yue)
2114     +
2115     +2001-12-21 Friday 10:49 kirk
2116     +
2117     + Just checking in for kernel 2.5.1 to stay sync'd with the code. (kirk)
2118     +
2119     +2001-12-07 Friday 11:55 kirk
2120     +
2121     + Updating speakup for kernel 2.5.1pre6. Seems to be something weird
2122     + going on. I think I'll have to edit some of the patches by
2123     + hand. (kirk)
2124     +
2125     +2001-12-05 Wednesday 14:33 kirk
2126     +
2127     + Cleaned up speakup.h and speakup.c which were giving warnings during
2128     + compile and moved stuff around to compile with 2.5.1pre5. (kirk)
2129     +
2130     +2001-11-23 Friday 14:44 kirk
2131     +
2132     + Hmmm, something went wrong with the first attempt at adding the
2133     + diff-v25 directory tree, so we're trying again. (kirk)
2134     +
2135     +2001-11-23 Friday 09:45 kirk
2136     +
2137     + Checking in changes to speakup.c to have the system bleep when a shift key is hit while the caps lock is on. (Yue)
2138     +
2139     +2001-11-23 Friday 09:41 kirk
2140     +
2141     + Opening a new branch of speakup for the new version 2.5.0 of
2142     + linux. (Kirk)
2143     +
2144     +2001-11-13 Tuesday 13:36 jim
2145     +
2146     + speakup.c:
2147     + Fixed the mixed case pitching bug.
2148     + The speech rates for upper and lower case chars when spelling a word
2149     + should now be the same.
2150     + (Jim Danley)
2151     +
2152     +2001-10-26 Friday 21:38 jim
2153     +
2154     + Fixed /usr/src/linux/drivers/char/Makefile patch to work with kernels
2155     + 2.4.12 and 2.4.13
2156     + (Jim)
2157     +
2158     +2001-10-18 Thursday 08:53 jim
2159     +
2160     + Removed the cut and paste bug description from the BUGS file. (Jim)
2161     +
2162     +2001-10-14 Sunday 15:28 jim
2163     +
2164     + Part two of the selection.c patch for 2.2. This process sure was fun! (Jim)
2165     +
2166     +2001-10-14 Sunday 15:21 jim
2167     +
2168     + Just adding the new patch file for selection.c in the diff-v22 patch
2169     + directory. (Jim)
2170     +
2171     +2001-10-14 Sunday 14:45 kirk
2172     +
2173     + Just adding the new patch file for selection.c in the diff-v24 patch
2174     + directory. (kirk)
2175     +
2176     +2001-10-14 Sunday 14:42 kirk
2177     +
2178     + Changed selection.c to test if call is coming from userspace or kernel
2179     + space and using GFP_ATOMIC if it is being called from kernel-space.
2180     + This works around kmalloc not returning and hanging the system in
2181     + set_selection for the block and paste function of speakup. (Jim)
2182     +
2183     +2001-10-12 Friday 12:10 jim
2184     +
2185     + speakup.c:
2186     + Removed statements which were appending 0x00 to buffers to be spoken
2187     + from functions say_curr_line and say_line_from_to.
2188     +
2189     + Inspected and modified all spkup_write() calls to be consistent,
2190     + that is, end in \n and count is correct.
2191     + (Jim Danley)
2192     +
2193     +2001-10-09 Tuesday 08:34 kirk
2194     +
2195     + Updated the BUGS and Todo list to reflect current speakup
2196     + states. (kirk)
2197     +
2198     +2001-10-07 Sunday 21:19 jim
2199     +
2200     + speakup.c:
2201     + Moved following variable declarations to top of function speakup_cut().
2202     + int ret;
2203     + unsigned char args[6*sizeof(short)];
2204     + unsigned short *arg;
2205     + static char *buf = "speakup_cut: set_selection failed: ";
2206     + (Jim Danley)
2207     +
2208     +2001-10-07 Sunday 17:11 jim
2209     +
2210     + Put speakup_dectlk.c back to its original state. Sorry about that!
2211     +
2212     + Also added a clear_selection() call to speakup.c when hitting the "mark"
2213     + key to remove (if any) hi-lighting of a previous mark/cut from the screen.
2214     + (Jim Danley)
2215     +
2216     +2001-10-05 Friday 09:14 kirk
2217     +
2218     + Checking in a slight change to speakupmap.map to uncomment alt-keypad
2219     + five to allow ascii five for extended character sets. (kirk)
2220     +
2221     +2001-10-02 Tuesday 12:34 kirk
2222     +
2223     + Modified installation and readme files for the version 1.0 release in
2224     + linux/Documentation/speakup. (kirk)
2225     +
2226     +2001-10-02 Tuesday 11:00 kirk
2227     +
2228     + Start of the check-ins for the official speakup v-1.00 release.
2229     + Modified checkin to change cvsversion format. Modified install to
2230     + remove reference to touching speakupmap.map. Modified speakup.c to
2231     + reflect version now moved to v-1.00. (kirk)
2232     +
2233     +2001-10-02 Tuesday 01:18 jim
2234     +
2235     + Modified the way that cut/paste variables are stored. No longer in spk_t
2236     + structure but stand-alone (one per speakup rather than one per console).
2237     +
2238     + speakup.c:
2239     + eliminated unsigned short mode = 0; /* char-by-char selection */
2240     + by assigning it directly.
2241     +
2242     + Added globals
2243     + char mark_cut_flag;
2244     + unsigned short mark_x, mark_y;
2245     +
2246     + /usr/include/linux/include/linux/speakup.h:
2247     + removed mark_x and mark_y from the spk_t structure and the associated
2248     + defines.
2249     + (Jim Danley)
2250     +
2251     +2001-09-17 Monday 19:58 jim
2252     +
2253     + speakup.c:
2254     + Added:
2255     + #define Mark_Cut_Bit 0x04
2256     + #define Mark_Cut_Bit_Mask 0xFB
2257     +
2258     + Changed from using bit 2 of spk_shut_up to bit 2 of spk_sound to
2259     + indicate mark/cut state.
2260     +
2261     + Removed statement that was assigning 2 to second byte of first short
2262     + in args array.
2263     + (Jim Danley)
2264     +
2265     +2001-09-14 Friday 15:43 kirk
2266     +
2267     + Removed the blank line at the bottom of drivers/char/Makefile which I
2268     + must have dreamed I removed in the last log. (kirk)
2269     +
2270     +2001-09-14 Friday 15:28 kirk
2271     +
2272     + Added a couple of missing key definitions in DefaultKeyAssignments.
2273     + Removed the blank line at the bottom of drivers/char/Makefile.
2274     + Rewrote spell_word() to use say_curr_char() and super stream line
2275     + it. (kirk)
2276     +
2277     +2001-09-14 Friday 14:11 jim
2278     +
2279     + speakup_dectlk.c:
2280     + Changed the valid pitch range from 0-99 to 50-350.
2281     + (Jim Danley)
2282     +
2283     +2001-09-14 Friday 01:28 jim
2284     +
2285     + Made similar changes to add cut and paste feature to 2.2 kernels. (Jim Danley
2286     +
2287     +2001-09-13 Thursday 23:13 jim
2288     +
2289     + diff-v2[24]/^usr^src^linux^Documentation^speakup^DefaultKeyAssignments.copy:
2290     + Added:
2291     + KeyPad-/ Mark and Cut screen region.
2292     + InsKeyPad-/ Paste screen region into any console.
2293     + (Jim Danley)
2294     +
2295     +2001-09-13 Thursday 21:41 jim
2296     +
2297     + Wrote mark/cut/paste feature.
2298     +
2299     + Usage:
2300     + 1. Move reading cursor to one end of the block of text you wish to cut
2301     + 2. Press the mark/cut key. You should hear "mark".
2302     + 3. Move reading cursor to other end of block of text to be cut.
2303     + 4. Press the mark/cut key. You should hear "cut".
2304     + 5. The cut buffer is now saved.
2305     + 6. Move to a program in any console where you wish to copy the cut buffer.
2306     + 7. Press the paste key. You should hear "paste" and text from
2307     + the cut buffer will be output just as if you had entered it
2308     + at the keyboard.
2309     +
2310     + Note: Trailing whitespace is stripped and newlines added where appropriate.
2311     +
2312     + speakup.c:
2313     + Added two new functions; speakup_cut() and speakup_paste()
2314     +
2315     + speakupmap.map:
2316     + Modified default keymap so that keypad divide toggles mark/cut and
2317     + insert-keypad divide is paste.
2318     +
2319     + /usr/src/linux/include/linux/speakup.h:
2320     + Added two new variables to the spk_t structure; unsigned long mark_x, mark_y
2321     + to store the coordinates of the beginning of the mark area to be cut.
2322     + Added:
2323     + #define spk_mx speakup_console[currcons]->mark_x
2324     + #define spk_my speakup_console[currcons]->mark_y
2325     + #define SPEAKUP_CUT 0x27
2326     + #define SPEAKUP_PASTE 0x28
2327     + Added two new prototypes:
2328     + extern void speakup_cut(unsigned int, struct tty_struct *);
2329     + extern void speakup_paste(struct tty_struct *);
2330     +
2331     + /usr/src/linux/drivers/char/keyboard.c:
2332     + In function do_spkup():
2333     + Added case blocks for SPEAKUP_CUT and SPEAKUP_PASTE.
2334     +
2335     + /usr/src/linux/include/linux/keyboard.h:
2336     + Added:
2337     + #define K_SPEAKUP_CUT K(KT_SPKUP,SPEAKUP_CUT)
2338     + #define K_SPEAKUP_PASTE K(KT_SPKUP,SPEAKUP_PASTE)
2339     + and modified: (was 27)
2340     + #define NR_SPKUP 0x29
2341     +
2342     + Also modified patch/copy files below in both diff-v22 and diff-v24 directories.
2343     + ^usr^src^linux^include^linux^keyboard.h.patch
2344     + ^usr^src^linux^drivers^char^keyboard.c.patch
2345     + ^usr^src^linux^include^linux^speakup.h.copy
2346     +
2347     +2001-09-08 Saturday 22:22 kirk
2348     +
2349     + Re-implementing the alpha patch for kernels 2.4.x which somehow keeps
2350     + getting lost. I also removed the bottom three lines of the checkout
2351     + script which are not needed anymore because we include a
2352     + speakupmap.c. (Kirk)
2353     +
2354     +2001-08-30 Thursday 17:25 kirk
2355     +
2356     + Modified drivers/char/Makefile to work with the new speakupmap.c
2357     + changes to 2.4.x. These changes include a portion of Shane's patch as
2358     + well as other rewrites by me. (kirk)
2359     +
2360     +2001-08-30 Thursday 16:17 kirk
2361     +
2362     + Modified drivers/char/Makefile and speakup/Makefile to accomodate the
2363     + new 2.4.9ac3 Makefile changes. This will also include a new
2364     + speakupmap.c moving towards Shane's Makefile patches for the 2.2.x
2365     + kernels, not included yet. (kirk)
2366     +
2367     +2001-08-29 Wednesday 21:26 kirk
2368     +
2369     + Just adding new patch against linux/init/main.c to cvs. (kirk)
2370     +
2371     +2001-08-29 Wednesday 21:23 kirk
2372     +
2373     + Rewrote speakup_init() to call a function speakup_register_devsynth()
2374     + which gets called from do_basic_setup in init/main.c. We need to do
2375     + this so that miscdevice will get called after the mm has been set up.
2376     + This should allow devfs to work with speakup. (kirk)
2377     +
2378     +2001-08-26 Sunday 13:54 kirk
2379     +
2380     + Removed an old comment line from console.c which prevent clean
2381     + patching against 2.4.8ac11. (kirk)
2382     +
2383     +2001-08-25 Saturday 18:46 kirk
2384     +
2385     + Modified keyboard.c, keyboard.h, speakup.c and speakup.h to conform with the standard kernel source tree under 2.4.x kernels. (Kirk)
2386     +
2387     +2001-08-25 Saturday 18:30 kirk
2388     +
2389     + Removing lxdialog patch files and removing their entries from
2390     + patchlist-22. These are now part of the standard 2.2.19+ kernel
2391     + tree. (Kirk)
2392     + ----------------------------------------------------------------------
2393     + patchlist-v22 speakupmap.map symbols.h CVS:
2394     + diff-v22/^usr^src^linux^Documentation^speakup^DefaultKeyAssignments.copy
2395     + diff-v22/^usr^src^linux^Documentation^speakup^keymap-tutorial.copy
2396     + Removed Files: CVS:
2397     + diff-v22/^usr^src^linux^scripts^lxdialog^menubox.c.patch CVS:
2398     + ----------------------------------------------------------------------
2399     +
2400     +2001-08-25 Saturday 18:15 kirk
2401     +
2402     + Changed keyboard.c, keyboard.h, speakup.c and speakup.h to conform to
2403     + the standard linux kernel tree code style for the 2.2.x
2404     + kernels. (Kirk)
2405     +
2406     +2001-08-18 Saturday 03:31 jim
2407     +
2408     + diff-v22/^usr^src^linux^drivers^char^keyboard.c.patch: Modified patch
2409     + to allow raw keyboard for version 2.2 kernels. (Jim Danley)
2410     +
2411     +2001-08-02 Thursday 13:47 kirk
2412     +
2413     + Adding \x20 to the flush string for the Audapter synths. (Kirk)
2414     +
2415     +2001-07-31 Tuesday 19:07 jim
2416     +
2417     + speakup_ltlk.c: appended \x20 to flush string of \x18 for litetalk driver.
2418     + This seems to fix the bug that was causing first chars to be dropped by
2419     + the double lt and litetalk synths for some users. (Jim Danley)
2420     +
2421     +2001-07-26 Thursday 20:12 kirk
2422     +
2423     + A few small clean ups trying to get 2.4.7 to work. (Kirk)
2424     +
2425     +2001-07-16 Monday 11:30 kirk
2426     +
2427     + Added KT_SPKUP to allowed_in_raw_mode macro so speakup's review
2428     + functions are available in raw mode for v-2.4.x kernels. (Kirk)
2429     +
2430     +2001-03-17 Saturday 15:40 jim
2431     +
2432     + speakup.c:
2433     + Added silent feature.
2434     + The print screen key kills and revives speakup. Sending specific values to
2435     + /proc/speakup/silent now allows the same control without having to press a key.
2436     + Valid settings are 0 through 3.
2437     + 0 and 2 turn on speakup if not already alive.
2438     + 1 and 3 turn off speakup if not already killed.
2439     + 0 and 1 announce the changes as the print screen key does,
2440     + 2 and 3 act silently.
2441     + (Jim Danley)
2442     +
2443     +2001-03-17 Saturday 08:45 jim
2444     +
2445     + speakup.c and symbols.h:
2446     + Added bell position feature.
2447     + When a letter is typed in column bell_pos, console beeps.
2448     + Valid settings are 0 through video_num_columns. Zero disables.
2449     + Get/set via /proc/speakup/bell_pos.
2450     + (Brian Borowski)
2451     +
2452     +2001-03-13 Tuesday 14:50 jim
2453     +
2454     + speakup.c:
2455     + Added code in say_screen() to insert a space at the end of full lines.
2456     + (Gene Collins)
2457     +
2458     +2001-03-13 Tuesday 14:40 jim
2459     +
2460     + speakup.c:
2461     + Found and fixed a couple of places where synth_write() was writing len of
2462     + string plus 1 which caused a NULL to be sent to the synth which causes
2463     + problems for the Doubletalk LT.
2464     +
2465     + speakup.c and keyboard.c for 2.2 and 2.4
2466     + Corrected the length parameter on several spkup_write() statements which
2467     + were also sending unnecessary NULLs.
2468     +
2469     + Corrected spelling of /proc/speakup/transport directory. (Jim Danley)
2470     +
2471     +2001-02-28 Wednesday 10:55 kirk
2472     +
2473     + Removing the make menuconfig patches for checklist.c and menubox.c
2474     + because they have been included in linux 2.4.2. (Kirk)
2475     +
2476     +2001-02-11 Sunday 14:05 kirk
2477     +
2478     + Checking support for alpha support in 2.4.x kernels. (Kirk)
2479     +
2480     +2001-01-30 Tuesday 20:55 kirk
2481     +
2482     + Fixed arch/ppc/config.in to source drivers/char/Config.in which had
2483     + gotten broken in the post 2.4.0 ac patches. (Kirk)
2484     +
2485     +2001-01-28 Sunday 23:53 jim
2486     +
2487     + Reduced duplicate code in proc_speakup_synth_init() by creating two arrays
2488     + of strings, read_only[] and root_writable[] and using these arrays in
2489     + for loops.
2490     + Bumped version numbers on remaining serial synth drivers. (Jim Danley)
2491     +
2492     +2001-01-28 Sunday 20:26 kirk
2493     +
2494     + Made modifications to speakup.h for v2.2 and the remainder of the
2495     + serial synth drivers to use the initialize_uart() function in
2496     + speakup_drvcommon.c. (Kirk)
2497     +
2498     +2001-01-28 Sunday 19:15 kirk
2499     +
2500     + Made changes to 2.4.0 to move uart initialization code into
2501     + speakup_drvcommon.c and modified speakup_dectlk.c to use that
2502     + change. (Kirk)
2503     +
2504     +2001-01-28 Sunday 00:26 jim
2505     +
2506     + Modified the serprobe() function in the Accent SA driver.
2507     + This should allow the Accent SA to start talking from a cold boot with
2508     + no help from the lilo serial= or speakup_ser= options.
2509     + Ran speakup_acntsa.c through Lindent.
2510     + Bumped speakup_acntsa.c version number. (Jim Danley)
2511     +
2512     +2001-01-27 Saturday 23:26 jim
2513     +
2514     + Modified the serprobe() function in the Dectalk Express driver.
2515     + My Dectalk Express now starts talking just fine from a cold boot with
2516     + no help from the lilo serial= or speakup_ser= options.
2517     + Ran speakup_dectlk.c through Lindent and cleaned up some comments.
2518     + Bumped Dectalk Express driver version number. (Jim Danley)
2519     +
2520     +2001-01-25 Thursday 17:58 jim
2521     +
2522     + Worked on the write handler for /proc/speakup/synth.
2523     + It error-checks new_synth_name, prints out msg if synth selected is
2524     + already in use, looks for new_synth_name in list of synths compiled into
2525     + kernel, and prepares to switch to new synth.
2526     + Ran speakup.c through Lindent and cleaned up some comments. (Jim Danley)
2527     +
2528     +2001-01-24 Wednesday 22:59 jim
2529     +
2530     +
2531     + Modified speakup_drvcommon.c so that those synth-specific /proc file
2532     + entries which are writable will now accept "" to trigger resetting of
2533     + the default value.
2534     + Ran speakup_drvcommon.c through Lindent and cleaned up some comments.
2535     + (Jim Danley)
2536     +
2537     +2001-01-24 Wednesday 12:33 kirk
2538     +
2539     + Made changes for Maintaners to v-24. (Kirk)
2540     +
2541     +2001-01-24 Wednesday 12:31 kirk
2542     +
2543     + Another typo fix in Configure.help and an update to the URL in Maintaners. (Kirk)
2544     +
2545     +2001-01-24 Wednesday 11:57 kirk
2546     +
2547     + Fixed clarification in Configure.help in v-24. (Kirk)
2548     +
2549     +2001-01-24 Wednesday 11:56 kirk
2550     +
2551     + Fixed spelling error in Config.in and modified Configure.help yet again. (Kirk)
2552     +
2553     +2001-01-24 Wednesday 11:47 kirk
2554     +
2555     + Fixed formatting in v-24 configure.help. (Kirk)
2556     +
2557     +2001-01-24 Wednesday 11:46 kirk
2558     +
2559     + Fixed indentation and spelling errors in configure.help. (Kirk)
2560     +
2561     +2001-01-24 Wednesday 10:49 kirk
2562     +
2563     + Fixing the v-2.4 version of the Configure.help file. (Kirk)
2564     +
2565     +2001-01-24 Wednesday 10:47 kirk
2566     +
2567     + Updated the Configure.help documentation and re-arranged the speakup
2568     + Config.in file. (Kirk)
2569     +
2570     +2001-01-23 Tuesday 15:45 jim
2571     +
2572     +
2573     + Modified speakup.c to handle input in either upper or lower case written
2574     + to the /proc file entries for those settings that accept a range of
2575     + values that includes alpha chars.
2576     + The value is forced to lower case before any comparisons.
2577     + Modified the synth driver range parameters to accept only lower case as follows:
2578     + rate in both speakup_acntpc.c and speakup_acntsa.c,
2579     + pitch and volume in speakup_apolo.c,
2580     + tone in speakup_txprt.c.
2581     + Bumped synth driver version numbers.
2582     + (Jim Danley)
2583     +
2584     +2001-01-23 Tuesday 11:58 jim
2585     +
2586     +
2587     + Fixed typo in speakup_dectlk.c.
2588     + (Jim Danley)
2589     +
2590     +2001-01-23 Tuesday 11:39 jim
2591     +
2592     +
2593     + Moved full_time into the spk_synth structure for all synths and created
2594     + /proc/speakup/synth-specific/full_time entry.
2595     + Modified /usr/include/linux/speakup.h and associated files in diff-v22 and diff-v24.
2596     + (Jim Danley)
2597     +
2598     +2001-01-23 Tuesday 01:14 jim
2599     +
2600     +
2601     + Added to the TODO list.
2602     + (Jim Danley)
2603     +
2604     +2001-01-23 Tuesday 00:42 jim
2605     +
2606     +
2607     + Moved delay_time, trigger_time, and jiffy_delta into the spk_synth
2608     + structure for all synths.
2609     + Modified /usr/include/linux/speakup.h and associated files in diff-v22 and diff-v24.
2610     + Assigned following default values for Accent SA and Audapter drivers:
2611     + delay_time = 400, trigger_time = 5, jiffy_delta = 3.
2612     + Bumped synth driver version numbers.
2613     + (Jim Danley)
2614     +
2615     +2001-01-22 Monday 21:32 jim
2616     +
2617     +
2618     + Moved INIT_STRING and REINIT_STRING into the spk_synth structure for all synths.
2619     + Modified /usr/include/linux/speakup.h and associated files in diff-v22 and diff-v24.
2620     + Commented out some unused driver code that caused compile warnings.
2621     + (Jim Danley)
2622     +
2623     +2001-01-22 Monday 17:44 jim
2624     +
2625     +
2626     + Test number 2.
2627     + (Jim Danley)
2628     +
2629     +2001-01-22 Monday 16:28 kirk
2630     +
2631     +
2632     + Testing my new CVS login.
2633     + (Jim Danley)
2634     +
2635     +2001-01-21 Sunday 19:48 kirk
2636     +
2637     + Wrote char *strlwr(char *) and now use it to be certain that the
2638     + synth_name (provided by the user in config or at boot time) is forced
2639     + to lower case.
2640     + (Jim Danley)
2641     +
2642     +2001-01-21 Sunday 13:53 kirk
2643     +
2644     + Added /proc/speakup/synth entry -- read-only so far.
2645     + Removed old ioctl functions from speakup.c
2646     + Wrote xlate function to translate escape chars in user provided strings.
2647     + Added synth_name to "unknown synthesizer" message at boot up.
2648     + Check for length of synth_name.
2649     + Made certain that synth_name is NULL terminated.
2650     + (Jim Danley)
2651     +
2652     +2001-01-21 Sunday 09:03 kirk
2653     +
2654     + Changed synth_write("\n", 2);
2655     + to synth_write("\n", 1);
2656     + when sending user provided synth settings via /proc to the synth.
2657     + This *might* fix the problem reported by litetalk users.
2658     + Cleaned up some comments and indenting.
2659     + (Jim Danley)
2660     +
2661     +2001-01-14 Sunday 21:05 matt
2662     +
2663     + Checking in 2.2.x patches for the last modification. (Matt)
2664     +
2665     +2001-01-14 Sunday 20:49 kirk
2666     +
2667     + Checking in Matt Campbells driver rewrite to include all the synths in
2668     + the kernel at the same time. (Kirk)
2669     +
2670     +2001-01-10 Wednesday 12:16 kirk
2671     +
2672     + Fixed bug when writing to /proc/speakup files caps_start, caps_stop,
2673     + punc_some, and punc_most.
2674     + Defined PUNC_CHARS and PUNC_CHARS_SIZE in symbols.h.
2675     + Added MULTI_CHAR to list of possible spk_variable.flags, necessary to
2676     + define a list of chars that must belong to another list of chars --
2677     + used for punc_some and punc_most.
2678     + Set arbitrary limit of 33 chars on caps_*.
2679     + Set PUNC_CHARS_SIZE char limit on user supplied value to punc_some and punc_most.
2680     + Fixed erroneous error strings.
2681     + #define'd error conditions to make code more clear.
2682     + Added STRING_TOO_LONG and CHAR_NOT_ONE_OF.
2683     + Added missing volume setting to DEFAULT_STATIC for Dectalk Express.
2684     + (Jim Danley)
2685     +
2686     +2001-01-08 Monday 19:08 kirk
2687     +
2688     + Made more changes to the cursoring. I got backspace working in and
2689     + out of cursoring. (Kirk)
2690     +
2691     +2001-01-08 Monday 16:25 kirk
2692     +
2693     + I have rewritten the cursoring routine speakup_check() to hopefully
2694     + improve it. We are not there yet! (Kirk)
2695     +
2696     +2001-01-07 Sunday 16:05 kirk
2697     +
2698     + Just fixing some indentation settings. (Kirk)
2699     +
2700     +2001-01-07 Sunday 13:37 kirk
2701     +
2702     + added a single line to the top of speakup.c for testing.
2703     + (Jim Danley)
2704     +
2705     +2001-01-07 Sunday 12:58 kirk
2706     +
2707     + Fixed char/Makefile to build depends which it wasn't doing for some
2708     + reason under 2.2.18. (Kirk)
2709     +
2710     +2001-01-07 Sunday 12:16 kirk
2711     +
2712     + Fixed char/Makefile to create the speakup/.depend correctly. I don't
2713     + know why it wasn't working before. Everything else did. (Kirk)
2714     +
2715     +2001-01-07 Sunday 12:05 kirk
2716     +
2717     + modified range checking code in speakup.c to handle negative numbers in
2718     + user provided parameter to /proc/speakup/* and also in spk_variable.valid.
2719     + (Jim Danley)
2720     +
2721     +2001-01-07 Sunday 09:02 kirk
2722     +
2723     + cleaned up and commented symbols.h.
2724     + re-wrote some of the range logic in symbols.h and speakup.c.
2725     + changed char valid[33] to char *valid in spk_variable struct.
2726     + dropped 0xff as char string terminator for spk_variable.valid member.
2727     + removed NUMERIC from rate flags for accents.
2728     + made /proc/speakup/tone read-only for dectalk express.
2729     + (Jim Danley)
2730     +
2731     +2001-01-06 Saturday 15:52 kirk
2732     +
2733     + Reorganized the Todo list and placed bugs in the bugs file. (Kirk)
2734     +
2735     +2001-01-05 Friday 21:19 kirk
2736     +
2737     + Made modifications to fix the make menuconfig bug in 2.4.0. (Kirk)
2738     +
2739     +2001-01-05 Friday 20:42 kirk
2740     +
2741     + Modified menubox.c in lxdialog to fix bug with initial menus not being
2742     + shown completely. (Kirk)
2743     +
2744     +2001-01-05 Friday 15:54 kirk
2745     +
2746     + merged symbols_*.h into symbols.h and removed symbols_*.h from CVS.
2747     + cleaned up the format a bit along the way.
2748     + (Jim Danley)
2749     +
2750     +2001-01-04 Thursday 18:33 kirk
2751     +
2752     + Modified the console.c, speakup.h and speakup.c for the 2.4.0 kernels.
2753     + I have also removed vt.c in preparation for just using the
2754     + /proc/speakup configuration system. (Kirk)
2755     +
2756     +2001-01-04 Thursday 12:11 kirk
2757     +
2758     + Starting major changes for merging into the kernel source tree. Files
2759     + updated are console.c speakup.c speakup.h and vt.c. I have built a
2760     + new set of functions to interact with the kernel which will be speakup
2761     + functions if speakup is configured in and null stubs if speakup is not
2762     + configured in. So far they include: speakup_allocate(), speakup_bs(),
2763     + speakup_con_update(), speakup_con_write() and speakup_init(). These
2764     + changes only affect the 2.2.18 tree currently. (Kirk)
2765     +
2766     +2001-01-03 Wednesday 10:04 kirk
2767     +
2768     + Fixed transport driver by giving the uart time to settle before
2769     + testing for the port. (Kirk)
2770     +
2771     +2001-01-02 Tuesday 20:18 kirk
2772     +
2773     + First attempt to change checkout to work with an installed tarball and
2774     + update it to cvs. (Kirk)
2775     +
2776     +2001-01-02 Tuesday 14:09 kirk
2777     +
2778     + Made tchanges to make v24 compatible with 2.4.0-prerelease. (Kirk)
2779     +
2780     +2001-01-02 Tuesday 09:50 kirk
2781     +
2782     + Added code to correctly parse range string for /proc file speech
2783     + parameters which use a range of chars.
2784     + Added a priority of KERN_ALERT to printk statements that need to be
2785     + displayed on user's console regardless.
2786     + Enhanced warning output if user attempts to assign a value out of range
2787     + to a /proc variable.
2788     + (Jim Danley)
2789     +
2790     +2000-12-31 Sunday 13:20 kirk
2791     +
2792     + Rewrote checkclean and changed semee to semi in the character
2793     + array. (Kirk)
2794     +
2795     +2000-12-31 Sunday 12:12 kirk
2796     +
2797     + Fixed syntax errors in speakup_txprt.c and modified the install
2798     + script. (Kirk)
2799     +
2800     +2000-12-31 Sunday 11:43 kirk
2801     +
2802     + Fixing typo's in the documentation files. (Kirk)
2803     +
2804     +2000-12-30 Saturday 23:33 kirk
2805     +
2806     + Rewrote install and INSTALLATION for a different installing
2807     + design. (Kirk)
2808     +
2809     +2000-12-30 Saturday 17:03 kirk
2810     +
2811     + We are officially version v-0.10. (Kirk)
2812     +
2813     +2000-12-30 Saturday 16:58 kirk
2814     +
2815     + Modified the installation file and created an install script. (Kirk)
2816     +
2817     +2000-12-30 Saturday 15:13 kirk
2818     +
2819     + Fixed a syntax problem with speakup_audptr.c. (Kirk)
2820     +
2821     +2000-12-30 Saturday 14:58 kirk
2822     +
2823     + Placed a length limit on reading of version number in
2824     + speakup_audptr.c. (Kirk)
2825     +
2826     +2000-12-30 Saturday 13:12 kirk
2827     +
2828     + Adding file changes for v22. (Kirk)
2829     +
2830     +2000-12-30 Saturday 13:10 kirk
2831     +
2832     + Removing files related to version changes. (Kirk)
2833     +
2834     +2000-12-30 Saturday 13:00 kirk
2835     +
2836     + Changed structure of Documentation/speakup and related files to remove
2837     + references to speakup version for ease in updating documentation.
2838     + (Kirk)
2839     +
2840     +2000-12-29 Friday 14:00 kirk
2841     +
2842     + echo "" > /proc/speakup/characters now resets to defaults for consistency.
2843     + wrote script to reset all speakup defaults
2844     + added key_echo toggle to speakup vars controllable by user
2845     + via /proc/speakup/key_echo
2846     + key_echo is not 100% -- keypad slash talks even if key_echo == 0
2847     + (Jim Danley)
2848     +
2849     +2000-12-24 Sunday 16:46 kirk
2850     +
2851     + finished ability to write to /proc files, changed some default char descs, added "direct" to /proc
2852     +
2853     +2000-12-22 Friday 15:04 kirk
2854     +
2855     + These are the cursoring fixes for the 2.4.0-testxx kernels. They also
2856     + include the requested changes I was experimenting with by Alan Cox in
2857     + preparation for kernel source tree inclusion. (Kirk)
2858     +
2859     +2000-12-22 Friday 13:54 kirk
2860     +
2861     + Fixed up some of the cursoring issues and have started making the
2862     + changes requested by Alan Cox in preparation for kernel source tree
2863     + inclusion. (Kirk)
2864     +
2865     +2000-12-21 Thursday 08:56 kirk
2866     +
2867     + rewrite of speakup_characters_write_proc() to handle fragmented buffers when called by dd, cp, or cat in kernel 2.4 (Jim Danley)
2868     +
2869     +2000-12-20 Wednesday 12:17 kirk
2870     +
2871     + Cleaned up some warnings. (Kirk)
2872     +
2873     +2000-12-20 Wednesday 11:32 kirk
2874     +
2875     + Fixed toggle for synth timeout to set it off when waking up the
2876     + synth. (Kirk)
2877     +
2878     +2000-12-19 Tuesday 19:31 kirk
2879     +
2880     + This is atest fix to see if I have helped eliminate the synth bleed
2881     + through problem with all of the synths. (Kirk)
2882     +
2883     +2000-12-19 Tuesday 16:29 kirk
2884     +
2885     + quick change to speakup_audptr.c to fix synth_ver typo for kernel 2.2.18 (Jim Danley)
2886     +
2887     +2000-12-19 Tuesday 15:35 kirk
2888     +
2889     + Checking in the 2.2.18 fixes for the synth hanging problems. (Kirk)
2890     +
2891     +2000-12-19 Tuesday 15:10 kirk
2892     +
2893     + Finally fixed the synth hanging problem on synth turn off. (Kirk)
2894     +
2895     +2000-12-18 Monday 14:44 kirk
2896     +
2897     + Just updating BUGS to put the backspace problem to bed. (Kirk)
2898     +
2899     +2000-12-18 Monday 14:40 kirk
2900     +
2901     + Checking in the backspace fix for 2.4.0-test11. Yeah! Finally
2902     + fixed. (Kirk)
2903     +
2904     +2000-12-18 Monday 14:14 kirk
2905     +
2906     + Fixed the backspace bug at last! In 2.2.18 so far. (Kirk)
2907     +
2908     +2000-12-18 Monday 10:03 kirk
2909     +
2910     + Checking in Jim Danleys changes again. When will I learn to checkout
2911     + before checking in?? (Kirk)
2912     +
2913     +2000-12-15 Friday 13:50 kirk
2914     +
2915     + Checking first draft of menubox.c and checklist.c for
2916     + v-2.4.0-testxx. (Kirk)
2917     +
2918     +2000-12-15 Friday 13:48 kirk
2919     +
2920     + Taking first diff of menubox.c and checklist.c for v2.4.0-test11 for
2921     + make menuconfig cursoring. (Kirk)
2922     +
2923     +2000-12-15 Friday 13:17 kirk
2924     +
2925     + Checking in the new diffs of menubox.c and checklist.c for the first
2926     + time. (Kirk)
2927     +
2928     +2000-12-15 Friday 13:14 kirk
2929     +
2930     + Taking first diff of the make menuconfig patches from checklist.c and
2931     + menubox.c. (Kirk)
2932     +
2933     +2000-12-12 Tuesday 18:56 kirk
2934     +
2935     + Fixed a spelling error added to Todo list and fix speakup.c to not
2936     + need the is_alive() function. (Kirk)
2937     +
2938     +2000-12-12 Tuesday 15:21 kirk
2939     +
2940     + Fixed speakup to patch correctly with 2.2.18. Unfortunately it won't
2941     + work with kernels less than 2.2.18 anymore. It was totally agreed
2942     + upon by the folks on the reflector. It's not my fault mom! (Kirk)
2943     +
2944     +2000-12-12 Tuesday 10:41 kirk
2945     +
2946     + Fix a problem with a conflict in cvsversion.h. (Kirk)
2947     +
2948     +2000-12-11 Monday 20:40 kirk
2949     +
2950     + Attempt to fix the Audapter driver by limiting how long it can stay in
2951     + kernel space. (Kirk)
2952     +
2953     +2000-12-11 Monday 17:37 kirk
2954     +
2955     + Made a slight fix to spk_reset() and moved it's call up a bit in
2956     + handle_scancodes(); (Kirk)
2957     +
2958     +2000-12-11 Monday 16:28 kirk
2959     +
2960     + Just checking in the cvs adds for the new diff-v24 patch files. (Kirk)
2961     +
2962     +2000-12-11 Monday 16:25 kirk
2963     +
2964     + Checking in the 2.4.0 kernel patches for Jim Danley's /proc file
2965     + system additions. (Kirk)
2966     +
2967     +2000-12-11 Monday 14:34 kirk
2968     +
2969     + Checking in added proc files. (Kirk)
2970     +
2971     +2000-12-11 Monday 14:31 kirk
2972     +
2973     + Added two new files to v22 kernel for /proc file system,
2974     + linux/include/linux/proc_fs.h and linux/fs/proc/root.c. (Kirk)
2975     +
2976     +2000-12-11 Monday 12:59 kirk
2977     +
2978     + Checking in Jim Danleys /proc file system additions to speakup. (Kirk)
2979     +
2980     +2000-12-09 Saturday 19:14 kirk
2981     +
2982     + Changed spk_control to test for zero specifically on say_control. (Kirk)
2983     +
2984     +2000-12-09 Saturday 18:29 kirk
2985     +
2986     + Changed spk_control to say capslock scroll_lock and num_lock even when
2987     + say_control isn't on. (Kirk)
2988     +
2989     +2000-12-08 Friday 16:21 kirk
2990     +
2991     + Removing the linux version 2.3.xx stuff again. (Kirk)
2992     +
2993     +2000-12-08 Friday 15:40 kirk
2994     +
2995     + patched Configure.help by hand from v2.4 and committing. (Kirk)
2996     +
2997     +2000-12-08 Friday 14:47 kirk
2998     +
2999     + Checked in diff-v22/^usr^src^linux^Documentation^Configure.help.patch
3000     + which seems to have been missed as well as the init/main.c stuff.
3001     + This is really weird (Kirk)
3002     +
3003     +2000-12-08 Friday 14:40 kirk
3004     +
3005     + Added the -d flag to updat in checkout to see if we get cleanup
3006     + improvement. (Kirk)
3007     +
3008     +2000-12-08 Friday 13:13 kirk
3009     +
3010     + Removing patchlist and the linux 2.3.xx support. (Kirk)
3011     +
3012     +2000-12-08 Friday 13:07 kirk
3013     +
3014     + Edited check.orig and fix.orig to use the new patchlist filename
3015     + convention. (Kirk)
3016     +
3017     +2000-12-07 Thursday 22:17 kirk
3018     +
3019     + Just checking in the new files, three to be exact. (kirk)
3020     +
3021     +2000-12-07 Thursday 22:14 kirk
3022     +
3023     + rewrote checkin, checkout and moved patchlist to patchlist-v22 and
3024     + patchlist-v24 because we were missing the linux/init/main.c patches
3025     + and we didn't have a way to handle different files for different
3026     + versions. (kirk)
3027     +
3028     +2000-12-06 Wednesday 19:06 kirk
3029     +
3030     + Added support for the codepage 437 extended character set. (Jim and Kirk)
3031     +
3032     +2000-11-29 Wednesday 11:30 kirk
3033     +
3034     + Fixed the 2.2.xx kernels to have the almost correct backspace code.
3035     + Also move the new character output in do_con_write() to lf(). I've
3036     + experimentally put a 'space' in to see if that helps the wrapping
3037     + during console output. (Kirk)
3038     +
3039     +2000-11-27 Monday 15:38 kirk
3040     +
3041     + Fix or partial to the backspace problem at least on 2.4.0-test11. I
3042     + probably broke cursoring.
3043     +
3044     +2000-11-22 Wednesday 20:12 kirk
3045     +
3046     + Fixed a stupid unused variable by deleting it.
3047     + Fixed speakup_file_write to send raw user data to the synth. (Thanx Matt)
3048     +
3049     +2000-11-21 Tuesday 15:10 kirk
3050     +
3051     + Adjusted console.c patch for test11 of 2.4.0.
3052     +
3053     +2000-11-16 Thursday 11:42 kirk
3054     +
3055     + Modified all drivers to test for no port when clearing the holding
3056     + register.
3057     +
3058     +2000-11-16 Thursday 07:56 kirk
3059     +
3060     + Fixed console.c patch to compensate for the line movement. in Test10.
3061     +
3062     +2000-10-24 Tuesday 11:10 kirk
3063     +
3064     + Fix to the LiteTalk driver to get around the hanging when the synth isn't
3065     + on.
3066     +
3067     +2000-10-23 Monday 12:15 kirk
3068     +
3069     + Fixed dtlk driver so non-valid ports are released correctly in
3070     + dev_probe. Also added externs for synth_request_region and
3071     + release. (Kirk)
3072     +
3073     +2000-08-28 Monday 13:29 kirk
3074     +
3075     + Fixed Makefile for 2.4.0-test7 in drivers/char.
3076     +
3077     +2000-08-17 Thursday 16:21 kirk
3078     +
3079     + Birth of cursoring for version 2.4.xx kernels.
3080     +
3081     +2000-08-17 Thursday 12:06 kirk
3082     +
3083     + Okay, I proclaim the birth of cursoring, at least in the 2.2.x kernels. Next we'll try the 2.3/4.x kernels.
3084     +
3085     +2000-08-17 Thursday 11:01 kirk
3086     +
3087     + Fixed CFLAGS to EXTRA_CFLAGS in Makefile to get speakup to compile
3088     + again. The break took place between 2.4.0-test4 and test5.
3089     +
3090     +2000-07-20 Thursday 10:43 kirk
3091     +
3092     + Changed krealloc to just use kfree instead of kfree_s. Kirk
3093     +
3094     +2000-07-03 Monday 14:19 kirk
3095     +
3096     + Fixed one line in keyboard.c and changes to cvs
3097     +
3098     +2000-06-29 Thursday 16:32 andy
3099     +
3100     + Fixed checkin / cvsversion.h
3101     +
3102     +2000-06-29 Thursday 16:26 andy
3103     +
3104     + v2.2.x keyboard.c + speakup_kill() fix
3105     +
3106     +2000-06-29 Thursday 16:00 andy
3107     +
3108     + v2.2 addition of speakup_kill() function (bound to sysreq key)
3109     +
3110     +2000-06-29 Thursday 15:56 andy
3111     +
3112     + v2.4 addition of speakup_kill() function (bound to sysrq key)
3113     +
3114     +2000-06-26 Monday 16:19 andy
3115     +
3116     + Added (very minimal) read() and ioctl() functions for /dev/synth.
3117     +
3118     +2000-06-23 Friday 11:16 andy
3119     +
3120     + Fixed miscdevice.h bad patch
3121     +
3122     +2000-06-22 Thursday 15:47 andy
3123     +
3124     + Fixed defkeymap.c not being built properly.
3125     +
3126     +2000-06-22 Thursday 15:17 andy
3127     +
3128     + Fixed v2.2.x zero-byte patch bug
3129     +
3130     +2000-06-22 Thursday 14:48 andy
3131     +
3132     + Checkout prunes now.
3133     +
3134     +2000-06-22 Thursday 12:48 andy
3135     +
3136     + Forgot to kill the old patch files... cleaning up.
3137     +
3138     +2000-06-22 Thursday 12:45 andy
3139     +
3140     + Changed checkin/checkout philosophy...
3141     + v2.2.x, v2.3.x, v2.4.x trees are all in this release
3142     +
3143     +2000-06-21 Wednesday 16:27 andy
3144     +
3145     + More checkin/checkout fixes.
3146     +
3147     +2000-06-21 Wednesday 16:19 andy
3148     +
3149     + Changed checkin/checkout philosophy, so 0-byte files aren't such a headache
3150     +
3151     +2000-06-21 Wednesday 14:13 andy
3152     +
3153     + New checkout script, fixing non-updating of previously patched files.
3154     +
3155     +2000-06-20 Tuesday 15:14 andy
3156     +
3157     + /dev/synth (MAJOR 10, MINOR 25) fix for v2.2.x tree
3158     +
3159     +2000-06-19 Monday 16:02 andy
3160     +
3161     + checkin script that fixes busted/nonexstant .orig files
3162     +
3163     +2000-06-19 Monday 13:08 andy
3164     +
3165     + cvsversion.h fix
3166     + speakup_decext.c fix for v2.2.x (no such member 'list' problem)
3167     +
3168     +2000-06-14 Wednesday 16:00 andy
3169     +
3170     + TODO update
3171     +
3172     +2000-06-14 Wednesday 15:25 andy
3173     +
3174     + Fixed:
3175     + checkin 'older than' bug
3176     + disabled <caps|num|scroll>-lock speech when spk_shut_up is set
3177     +
3178     +2000-06-14 Wednesday 13:15 andy
3179     +
3180     + Added a cvsversion.h and cvs date tracking into speakup.
3181     +
3182     +2000-06-14 Wednesday 12:44 andy
3183     +
3184     + Oops. Forgot these.
3185     +
3186     +2000-06-14 Wednesday 08:06 kirk
3187     +
3188     + Put SYNTH_MINOR #ifdefs in miscdevices.h for v2.2.x kernels.
3189     + Updated Todo file and temporarily incremented version number of speakup. (Kirk)
3190     +
3191     +2000-06-13 Tuesday 16:30 andy
3192     +
3193     + v2.4.x spanky checkin
3194     +
3195     +2000-06-13 Tuesday 15:36 andy
3196     +
3197     + v2.4.x checkin for /dev/synth stuff.
3198     +
3199     +2000-06-13 Tuesday 15:28 andy
3200     +
3201     + typo fix.
3202     +
3203     +2000-06-13 Tuesday 15:23 andy
3204     +
3205     + v2.2.x checkin for the new /dev/synth stuff.
3206     +
3207     +2000-06-13 Tuesday 15:17 andy
3208     +
3209     + Added a /dev/synth fops to speakup (MAJOR 10, MINOR 25), so that users can
3210     + use the synth without speakup (but why?). :)
3211     +
3212     + Also fixed a couple of issues with the check* scripts, and added a -p option
3213     + to checkin to just create patches.
3214     +
3215     +2000-06-12 Monday 14:36 andy
3216     +
3217     + Had a 0-byte defkeymap.c file...
3218     +
3219     +2000-06-12 Monday 14:26 andy
3220     +
3221     + Fixed the screwed up v2.2.x patch files, and added a fixorig script which
3222     + copies .orig files from /usr/src/linux.orig as stated in the
3223     + patchlist file
3224     +
3225     +2000-06-09 Friday 16:03 andy
3226     +
3227     + TODO change
3228     +
3229     +2000-06-09 Friday 14:21 andy
3230     +
3231     + added checkclean script
3232     +
3233     +2000-06-09 Friday 12:46 andy
3234     +
3235     + updates to the v2.2.x tree.
3236     +
3237     +2000-06-08 Thursday 14:59 andy
3238     +
3239     + Fixed v2.2.x diffs, and made a few changes to checkin/checkout/checkorig..
3240     +
3241     + Namely,
3242     + checkin:
3243     + fixed bailout on CVSROOT set
3244     + diffs only for new or files that have changed since last patch
3245     + cvs adds directories properly
3246     + checks exit values of cvs commands
3247     + checkout/checkorig:
3248     + zeroes out .orig files that should exist and should be zeroed
3249     + patchlist:
3250     + now specifies patchfiles in the form:
3251     + <0|1>,<file>
3252     + where the first number is a flag to copy the file to create
3253     + a <file>.orig, or create a zero-byte file (0) for <file>.orig
3254     +
3255     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 15:52 kirk
3256     +
3257     + [no log message]
3258     +
3259     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 14:15 andy
3260     +
3261     + checkin mod
3262     +
3263     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 14:14 andy
3264     +
3265     + date test added to ./checkin
3266     +
3267     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 14:11 andy
3268     +
3269     + test
3270     +
3271     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 14:09 andy
3272     +
3273     + test patch
3274     +
3275     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 13:02 kirk
3276     +
3277     + test of checkin on spanky
3278     +
3279     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 12:32 andy
3280     +
3281     + more checkin/checkout updates
3282     +
3283     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 12:19 andy
3284     +
3285     + quick print fix for checkin script
3286     +
3287     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 12:17 andy
3288     +
3289     + Fixed new tree commit/checkout/update bugs with checkin and checkout
3290     +
3291     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 12:10 kirk
3292     +
3293     + v24 tree added to cvs
3294     +
3295     +2000-06-07 Wednesday 11:30 andy
3296     +
3297     + logic error in ./checkin
3298     +
3299     + New diff-vXX directories are added now... just cp -a diff-vYY div-vXX, and
3300     + kill the CVS/ dir.
3301     +
3302     +2000-06-05 Monday 15:54 andy
3303     +
3304     + Fixed ./checkin to 'cvs add' created patch directories.
3305     +
3306     +2000-06-05 Monday 15:39 andy
3307     +
3308     + Added synth_release_region, and seperated out a speakup_drvcommon.c file,
3309     + which contains common driver stuff -- current just synth_release_region(),
3310     + and synth_request_region().
3311     +
3312     +2000-06-02 Friday 15:32 andy
3313     +
3314     + Final test??
3315     +
3316     +2000-06-02 Friday 14:11 andy
3317     +
3318     + bleah
3319     +
3320     +2000-06-02 Friday 13:58 andy
3321     +
3322     + another test.. *sigh*
3323     +
3324     +2000-06-02 Friday 13:57 andy
3325     +
3326     + foo
3327     +
3328     +2000-06-02 Friday 13:49 andy
3329     +
3330     + test 342.7
3331     +
3332     +2000-06-02 Friday 12:56 andy
3333     +
3334     + wrong checkout script.
3335     +
3336     +2000-06-02 Friday 12:51 andy
3337     +
3338     + Yet another test.
3339     +
3340     +2000-06-01 Thursday 15:45 andy
3341     +
3342     + test #2
3343     +
3344     +2000-06-01 Thursday 15:40 andy
3345     +
3346     + ./checkin script test
3347     +
3348     +2000-06-01 Thursday 15:38 andy
3349     +
3350     + Initial version of speakup in CVS.
3351     +
3352     +2000-06-01 Thursday 15:38 andy
3353     +
3354     + Initial revision
3355     +
3356     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/Changes linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/Changes
3357     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/Changes 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
3358     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/Changes 2003-12-28 20:50:09.066839976 -0500
3359     @@ -0,0 +1,221 @@
3360     +version 0.09
3361     +
3362     +May.24.2000, fixed piles o' bugs, and patched speakup forward to kernel
3363     +2.3.99-pre8 (at least). (Andy)
3364     +
3365     +sometime before May 24th, 2000, wrote several new drivers. (Kirk)
3366     +
3367     +version 0.08
3368     +
3369     +18/11/1999, Finally nailed down and fixed a bug with the serial
3370     +drivers filling their buffer and causing the kernel to hang. Of
3371     +course, once again I've totally rewritten the serial drivers. (Kirk)
3372     +
3373     +10/11/1999, Fixed the end of buffer water mark so the kernel wouldn't
3374     +over run the buffer when a process was put to sleep but there was
3375     +already enough chars in the loop to over write end of buffer and trash
3376     +the system. (Kirk)
3377     +
3378     +29/10/1999, Added code to the drivers to test the kernel version, so
3379     +we could include the proper wait_queue tags for 2.2.x vs 2.3.x. (Kirk)
3380     +
3381     +27/10/1999, fix small bug which made the reading cursor not get stored
3382     +when switching between allocated consoles. (Kirk)
3383     +
3384     +08/10/1999, Totally rewrote all drivers to follow fixed format. No
3385     +more will we have drivers which don't look anything like the other
3386     +drivers. (Kirk)
3387     +
3388     +15/09/1999, Rewrote synth drivers and kernel to support command line
3389     +loading of synth ports at boot time. (Andy)
3390     +
3391     +14/09/1999, Rewrote portions of the speakup_ltlk.c driver to fix a
3392     +problem with the DoubleTalk LT losing the first character sent to it
3393     +after a null character. Seems to be a problem only with the LT, not
3394     +being able to deal with characters immediately following NULLs.
3395     +(Kirk)
3396     +
3397     +10/08/1999, Completed writing absolute go to function for speakup
3398     +reading cursor. (Andy)
3399     +
3400     +04/08/1999, Completed routines for speaking punctuation and
3401     +non-character assigned keys, such as shift/control/alt. (Andy)
3402     +
3403     +02/08/1999, Added routines to kernel.c and speakup to allow capturing
3404     +of keystrokes when they're hit. This allows us to speakup characters
3405     +which are typed for cursor control detection and pronouncing chars
3406     +which are not in the allowable punctuation set. (Andy)
3407     +
3408     +23/07/1999, Added routine speakup_check() to help track cursor
3409     +movement for cursor position pronunciation. It isn't working yet.
3410     +(Kirk)
3411     +
3412     +16/07/1999, Rewrote serial probe in ltlk driver to deal with autobaud
3413     +versions of the LiteTalk and DoubleTalk LT. (Andy)
3414     +
3415     +05/07/1999, Fixed a problem with characters like tick and dash which
3416     +don't get passed through to the synth even though they don't get
3417     +spoken. They are needed to get the synth to handle some words
3418     +correctly. (Kirk)
3419     +
3420     +25/06/1999, Fixed a bug I missed which caused speakup to not read the
3421     +last character on a line with say_curr_line(). (Kirk)
3422     +
3423     +25/06/1999, Fixed a bug which caused speakup to miss the end of
3424     +wrapped around words to the next line. (Kirk)
3425     +
3426     +
3427     +version 0.07
3428     +
3429     +18/06/1999, Rewrote the Speakout driver to make it more inline with
3430     +the current driver design. This driver hasn't been tested yet. An
3431     +exercise for John. (Andy)
3432     +
3433     +17/06/1999, Finished rewriting and testing the new version of load_spk
3434     +utilities to handle multiple synths. This intailed redesigning the
3435     +entire way synth control protocals are stored and passed back and
3436     +forth between configuration files and the ioctl() handler. (Andy)
3437     +
3438     +31/05/1999, Finished writing the driver for the Accent SA and
3439     +Transport external synthesizers. (Kirk)
3440     +
3441     +20/05/1999, Rewrote portions of the DTLK and LTLK drivers to fix slow
3442     +responce and choppiness of the output with say_curr_line and
3443     +say_screen. (Kirk)
3444     +
3445     +18/05/1999, Finished the make config changes to make it easier to
3446     +include various synths before compiling the kernel. This included a
3447     +lot of changes to make files and config.in files as well as the
3448     +config.hlp and maintainers documents. We have moved speakup to its
3449     +own subdirectory under linux/drivers/char and will place all future
3450     +files in there. (Kirk)
3451     +
3452     +17/05/1999, Placed newline characters at the end of all strings in
3453     +speakup.c to facilitate proper output with the Speakout driver. (Kirk)
3454     +
3455     +13/05/1999, Finished writing and testing the ACNTPC driver for the
3456     +Accent PC synthesizer. (Kirk)
3457     +
3458     +11/05/1999, Finished writing and testing the LTLK driver for the
3459     +LightTalk synthesizer. (Andy)
3460     +
3461     +version 0.06
3462     +
3463     +07/04/1999, Hunted down and squashed a bug which caused the system to
3464     +lock up when X11 allocated another console. Now, you want to talk
3465     +about weird bugs? (Kirk and Andy)
3466     +
3467     +05/04/1999, Fixed a small bug where the reading cursor structure was
3468     +floating when switching from console to console. (Kirk)
3469     +
3470     +05/03/1999, Finally got repeat function to work correctly. It didn't
3471     +want to give the proper repeat value on say_word and say_line. (Kirk)
3472     +
3473     +4/27/1999, Changed the two shut up functions to sync the reading
3474     +cursor with the console cursor. (Kirk)
3475     +
3476     +4/25/1999, Added a say hex and ASCII value function. (Brian)
3477     +
3478     +4/22/1999, Added our own punctuation handling. This will give us
3479     +consistancy across various synthesizers. It also allows us custom
3480     +punctuation sets. We have four levels currently, NONE, SOME, MOST,
3481     +ALL. The some and most can be user defined, this will eventually
3482     +become a configuration option with loadspk. (Kirk)
3483     +
3484     +4/19/1999, Added a repeat count function so that speakup doesn't read
3485     +all of a repeating sequence of characters like dashes or equal signs.
3486     +(Kirk)
3487     +
3488     +4/15/1999, Rewrote the synth driver to be smaller and utilize
3489     +buffering all the time. This entailed a total rewrite of the driver.
3490     +It works much better than the older style driver. We won't try to be
3491     +compatible with external drivers anymore. That caused us much grief!
3492     +(Kirk)
3493     +
3494     +Version 0.05
3495     +
3496     +03/01/1999, Modified the kernel code and wrote a number of functions
3497     +for loading and dumping speakups configuration settings. The two
3498     +client programs are loadspk and dumpspk, see the accompanying README
3499     +and INSTALLATION files for details. (Andy)
3500     +
3501     +Version 0.04
3502     +
3503     +12/23/1998, Added park reading cursor function. It toggles on and off
3504     +like the speakup off function. (Kirk)
3505     +
3506     +12/10/1998, added code to announce cursor function calls. This is to
3507     +help me try and figure out how and what to say when. (Kirk)
3508     +
3509     +12/08/1998, Added a check in say character to beep when the colour
3510     +attribute changes. (Kirk)
3511     +
3512     +12/08/1998, rewrote say previous and next word to wrap around at the
3513     +end of lines and beep when going from line to line. (Kirk)
3514     +
3515     +12/07/1998, Fixed a little bug which read the bottom half of a
3516     +character which was higher than 0x7f. It makes make menuconfig work a lot
3517     +nicer. (Kirk)
3518     +
3519     +12/07/1998, Added some new functions to read from reading cursor to
3520     +bottom of screen, read from top of screen, read from left edge of
3521     +screen to reading cursor and read from reading cursor to right edge of
3522     +screen. These are basically stub functions which call two general
3523     +purpose functions say_screen_from_to() and say_line_from_to(). (Kirk)
3524     +
3525     +version 0.03
3526     +
3527     +11/19/1998, Added say phonetic character function. I have temporarily
3528     +bound it to InsKeyPad-2. (Kirk)
3529     +
3530     +11/19/1998, Added pronunciation of caps, num and scroll lock on and
3531     +off in keyboard.c. (Andy)
3532     +
3533     +11/18/1998, Fixed the bug which made speakup say the entire current
3534     +word even if it wrapped over the end of line. I also made
3535     +say_curr_word read the word to the right if you have your reading
3536     +cursor on the space just to the left of the word. Makes it a little
3537     +nicer for reading links in lynx. (Kirk)
3538     +
3539     +version 0.02
3540     +
3541     +11/11/1998, fixed a little problem with the attr byte not being
3542     +correct when speakup_update() was called. (Kirk)
3543     +
3544     +11/11/1998, fixed consoles which are not the foreground console
3545     +speaking while they're updating their screens. (Kirk)
3546     +
3547     +11/11/1998, put in the GPL stuff and revised the documentation. (Kirk)
3548     +
3549     +11/10/1998, Rewrote the say_screen function to be super faster than it
3550     +was. (Kirk)
3551     +
3552     +11/10/1998, started to scratch in the soft parked system for reviewing
3553     +around the screen. This is mostly to prevent the reading cursor from
3554     +moving whenever the screen clock or something gets updated. (Kirk)
3555     +
3556     +11/09/1998, rewrote sections of dtlk.c to do away with writing out
3557     +inside cli()/sti() statements. Now we time out after 4 usec and
3558     +assume we missed the bit drop on the rdy bit because of an interrupt.
3559     +Seems to work pretty well except the damn thing reads garbage until
3560     +the bogomips line. Sure is more responsive normally though. (Kirk)
3561     +
3562     +11/05/1998, got the total shut_up routine to work correctly. In
3563     +vc_allocate() we were allocating a new structure every time it was
3564     +called. It was supposed to be everytime a new console was
3565     +successfully allocated. (Kirk)
3566     +
3567     +11/04/1998, Wrote colour attribute routine say_attrib(). I have
3568     +temporarily assigned it to the keypad-period. (Kirk)
3569     +
3570     +11/02/1998, vmalloc() didn't work, to early in the boot process. So
3571     +took our 8192 byte buffer directly by using kmem_start. (Kirk)
3572     +
3573     +10/29/1998, Increased dtlk buffer to 8192 bytes by moving to vmalloc()
3574     +and vfree() instead of get_free_page()/free_page(). We have moved
3575     +from one PAGE_SIZE to two. (kirk)
3576     +
3577     +10/29/1998, changed spk_shut_up to use bit 8 for total shut up instead
3578     +of a seperate variable. Works independantly for each console
3579     +now. (kirk)
3580     +
3581     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/Config.in linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/Config.in
3582     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/Config.in 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
3583     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/Config.in 2003-12-28 20:50:09.066839976 -0500
3584     @@ -0,0 +1,26 @@
3585     +tristate 'Speakup console speech' CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3586     +if [ "$CONFIG_SPEAKUP" != "n" ]; then
3587     + comment 'Type "y" for each synthesizer you want built into the kernel.'
3588     + dep_tristate "Accent SA, acntsa" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_ACNTSA $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3589     + dep_tristate "Accent PC, acntpc" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_ACNTPC $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3590     + dep_tristate "Apollo, apollo" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_APOLLO $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3591     + dep_tristate "Audapter, audptr" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_AUDPTR $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3592     + dep_tristate "Braille 'n' Speak, bns" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_BNS $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3593     + dep_tristate "DECtalk Express, dectlk" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_DECTLK $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3594     + dep_tristate "DECtalk External (old), decext" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_DECEXT $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3595     + dep_tristate "DECtalk PC (big ISA card), decpc" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_DECPC $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3596     + if [ "$CONFIG_SPEAKUP_DECPC" = "y" ] ;then
3597     + comment 'warning: decpc can only be built as a module'
3598     + fi
3599     + comment 'In order to use this you will need'
3600     + comment 'the dtload program and DECPC software files '
3601     + comment 'Read the accompanying DECPC documentation for more details'
3602     + dep_tristate "DoubleTalk PC, dtlk" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_DTLK $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3603     + dep_tristate "Keynote Gold PC, keypc" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_KEYPC $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3604     + dep_tristate "DoubleTalk LT or LiteTalk, ltlk" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_LTLK $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3605     + dep_tristate "Software synthesizers /dev/sftsyn, sftsyn" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_SFTSYN $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3606     + dep_tristate "Speak Out, spkout" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_SPKOUT $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3607     + dep_tristate "Transport, txprt" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_TXPRT $CONFIG_SPEAKUP
3608     + comment 'Enter the three to six character synth string from above or none.'
3609     + string "Default synthesizer for Speakup" CONFIG_SPEAKUP_DEFAULT "none"
3610     +fi
3611     diff -ruN linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig
3612     --- linux-2.6.0.old/drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
3613     +++ linux-2.6.0/drivers/char/speakup/Kconfig 2003-12-28 20:50:09.067839824 -0500
3614     @@ -0,0 +1,210 @@
3615     +menu "Speakup console speech"
3616     +config SPEAKUP
3617     + tristate "Build speakup console speech"
3618     + ---help---
3619     +
3620     + This is the Speakup screen reader. Think of it as a
3621     + video console for blind people. If built in to the
3622     + kernel, it can speak evrything on the text console from
3623     + boot up to shutdown. For more information on Speakup,
3624     + point your browser at http://www.linux-speakup.org/.
3625     + There is also a mailing list at the above url that you
3626     + can subscribe to.
3627     +
3628     + Supported synthesizers are accent sa, accent pc, appollo
3629     + II., Auddapter, Braille 'n Speak, Dectalk external
3630     + (old), Dectalk PC (full length isa board), Dectalk
3631     + express, Doubletalk, Doubletalk LT or Litetalk,
3632     + Keynote
3633     + Gold internal PC, software synthesizers, Speakout, and transport.
3634     +
3635     + Speakup can either be built in or compiled as a module
3636     + by answering y or m. If you answer y here, then you
3637     + must answer either y or m to at least one of the
3638     + synthesizer drivers below. If you answer m here, then
3639     + the synthesizer drivers below can only be built as
3640     + modules.
3641     +
3642     + These drivers are not standalone drivers, but must be
3643     + used in conjunction with Speakup. Think of them as
3644     + video cards for blind people.
3645     +
3646     +
3647     + The Dectalk pc driver can only be built as a module, and
3648     + requires software to be pre-loaded on to the card before
3649     + the module can be loaded. See the decpc choice below
3650     + for more details.
3651     +
3652     + If you are not a blind person, or don't have access to
3653     + one of the listed synthesizers, you should say n.
3654     +
3655     +config SPEAKUP_ACNTSA
3656     + depends on SPEAKUP
3657     + tristate "Accent SA, acntsa"
3658     + ---help---
3659     +
3660     + This is the Speakup driver for the accent sa
3661     + synthesizer. You can say y to build it into the kernel,
3662     + or m to build it as a module. See the configuration
3663     + help on the Speakup choice above for more info.
3664     +
3665     +config SPEAKUP_ACNTPC
3666     + depends on SPEAKUP
3667     + tristate "Accent PC, acntpc"
3668     + ---help---
3669     +
3670     + This is the Speakup driver for the accent pc
3671     + synthesizer. You can say y to build it into the kernel,
3672     + or m to build it as a module. See the configuration
3673     + help on the Speakup choice above for more info.