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Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 2:17 am
by Spidy
Happy to report the steps outlined by evil ppc and the link neko provided (along with a reboot), have solved my problems.

I am now scrolling with the best of them. :D

Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 3:14 am
by evil ppc
Spidy- Great to hear!

I just noticed, whilst working with imwheel that the preferences widget displays the display class for any selected window hence providing the name used to create custom minimization icons. Very cool extra use!

Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 3:36 am
by Arti77
Thanks for your reply evil ppc, I'll give it a go

Posted: Wed Aug 09, 2006 4:49 pm
by nekonoko
I'm willing to help out with a tardist as well if you can supply the source patches. This is definitely a package that would be welcome in Nekoware.

Posted: Sun Aug 13, 2006 3:06 am
by evil ppc
Neko- I'm glad you like it and appreciate the help. Everyday I've had free time to work on Irix ports it has been > 100F and hence too hot to boot the Onyx2. As of right now (since I'm new to the porting business) I just manually edited the source files. Could you tell me how to/point me to a good source to create a patch? Once I do that I can see about making a tar dist. A few weeks ago I played around with the package maker program and it seemed useable, so between you and squeen I should be able to do this. Thanks again!

Posted: Sun Aug 13, 2006 6:33 am
by ruckusman
{SPIN} wrote:Many thanks to evil ppc for porting this. Not having scroll support in fm has been a complaint of mine forever.

I noticed as soon as I installed the right-click on the desktop behaved differently. The right click menu only appears for a split second then goes away. Not a big deal but wanted to mention it.


I get the same behaviour, the right click menu doesn't stay up if you keep the mouse button down or just click it briefly.

This is only on the desktop. If I navigate to the desktop folder (.desktophost...etc ) and right click on the CDROM to get the eject menu it works.

Posted: Sun Aug 13, 2006 7:42 pm
by nekonoko
evil ppc wrote:Neko- I'm glad you like it and appreciate the help. Everyday I've had free time to work on Irix ports it has been > 100F and hence too hot to boot the Onyx2. As of right now (since I'm new to the porting business) I just manually edited the source files. Could you tell me how to/point me to a good source to create a patch? Once I do that I can see about making a tar dist. A few weeks ago I played around with the package maker program and it seemed useable, so between you and squeen I should be able to do this. Thanks again!


No problem. Creating patches is really easy; the following will grab all of your changes from a source tree and compile it into a single patchfile:

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diff -urN old_source_tree new_source_tree > patchfile


old_source_tree would be the original, unmodified imwheel source and new_source_tree have your changes in it.

Or if there's just one changed file you can diff it like this:

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diff -u file_old.c file_new.c > patchfile

Posted: Mon Aug 14, 2006 10:42 pm
by evil ppc
nekonoko wrote:
evil ppc wrote:Neko- I'm glad you like it and appreciate the help. Everyday I've had free time to work on Irix ports it has been > 100F and hence too hot to boot the Onyx2. As of right now (since I'm new to the porting business) I just manually edited the source files. Could you tell me how to/point me to a good source to create a patch? Once I do that I can see about making a tar dist. A few weeks ago I played around with the package maker program and it seemed useable, so between you and squeen I should be able to do this. Thanks again!


No problem. Creating patches is really easy; the following will grab all of your changes from a source tree and compile it into a single patchfile:

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diff -urN old_source_tree new_source_tree > patchfile


old_source_tree would be the original, unmodified imwheel source and new_source_tree have your changes in it.

Or if there's just one changed file you can diff it like this:

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diff -u file_old.c file_new.c > patchfile


Sweet! I'll give that a go. I didn't realize it was so easy. Thanks neko!

Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 7:59 am
by ihalatch
ruckusman,
I've got the same behaviour, but when I switch to "point to type" into "window settings" its o'k'. It only happens when I use the "click to type" keyboard focus. A really strange behaviour. evil ppc we need help on this, can you try it. Cheers

Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 8:29 am
by ihalatch
I'm using A wireless Logitech with 2 buttons and a click wheel so in my case it is
systune pcmouse_mode 1

Posted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 9:34 pm
by evil ppc
ihalatch, others- Alright I've duplicated the bug and am working on a fix as well as a real tardist version to go in the offical nekoware. I'll keep this thread updated!

Re:

Posted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 5:52 am
by GeneratriX
evil ppc wrote:GeneratriX- Pretty much every scroll wheel mouse that's PS/2 compatible works well under irix. I myself have a Sony mouse USB-PS/2 because I had to match my sony flats (anal, I know :D ). I'd say get one depending on your personal taste, as long as it's PS/2.


GeneratriX wrote:Thanks by your suggestion, "evil ppc"!
...I'll try to get a nice one from any local store.
Anyway, back on the days when IRIX started to support wheel mouses (using Nekonoko's hack, and about a year and half ago) I've tried to use a brand new Genius NetScroll+, but it resulted killed by the experiment, and the O2 resulted hanged on boot, requiring the jumper-trick to reboot again; so, I guess this time I'll avoid Genius devices... I could not tell you what failed these time... but these mouse never worked again no matter if plugged on SGI(s) or PeeCees. Affortunatedly it was a very cheap unit...

I'll look for a better unit next time! ;)


evil ppc wrote:generatriX- Hmm I had that same problem with my O2, but the mouse worked after a few replugs. Maybe it's an O2 thing? Good thing the Genius mouse was cheap... ;-)



Hi, Evil PPC! ...well, I guess I'm the kind of guy that never gives up... :D
Now, about a year after after my post, I have to say that I've tried again with a newer Genius mouse on my Octane, and it works perfectly. The model is:

Genius
M/N: GM-04003P
NETSCROLL EYE

...and again, it was cheap as no other, almost as cheap as the one killed a year ago by the O2... but this time it worked! ;)

Just with:

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systune pcmouse_mode 1


...already did the trick.
Cheers, I guess now it is just time to try Imwheel!
Diego

Re: Imwheel for Irix- ported! download link in thread

Posted: Sat Jan 19, 2008 9:48 pm
by uridium
Greetings,

Anyone got a copy of imwheel.zip ? The .mac hoohar page seems to be down sadly.

Thanks <3

Re: Imwheel for Irix- ported! download link in thread

Posted: Thu Jan 24, 2008 12:20 pm
by evil ppc
Alrighty guys! I've been away from the forums for far too long, and I promised neko the source diff file an eon ago. I was way too busy with grad school stuff and moving, etc, etc. I'll give that diff file to neko today or tomorrow- then it'll be official nekoware. Hold me to it!

Re: Imwheel for Irix- ported! download link in thread

Posted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 5:24 pm
by rvic
well,
is there a link to this software or not
by the way, you must be a real fan of stevy ... alrighty
i can't forget ... the guy was so happy with his ipod ... maybe the guys from pixar are trully inspired by him on their animated personality characters ...yupeee like :P
it's just a tought ... nothing more :)