History log of /frameworks/base/services/jni/com_android_server_input_InputWindowHandle.cpp
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83d616a9c7b9505153d258511eb5c16b552e268d 10-Sep-2012 Jeff Brown <jeffbrown@google.com> Make input system aware of multiple displays.

The input system needs to know about the window that has
focus, even if it is on a secondary display. So now we
send it the list of all windows and indicate which display
they are on. We filter the list of windows as necessary
when delivering touch events.

To keep things simple, monitor input channels and input
filters are not supported except on the main display.
We also do not pass the display id to applications; it is
only used inside the input system for now.

Properly scale touch coordinates based on the viewport.
This will be needed to ensure that touch works on external
display as well as when the internal display is being used
to simulate a different resolution.

Change-Id: I1815579a52fcc852c519b5391fc7ab8767c2dc59
4532e6158474a263d9d26c2b42240bcf7ce9b172 05-Apr-2012 Jeff Brown <jeffbrown@google.com> Refactor input system into its own service.

Extracted the input system from the window manager service into
a new input manager service. This will make it easier to
offer new input-related features to applications.

Cleaned up the input manager service JNI layer somewhat to get rid
of all of the unnecessary checks for whether the input manager
had been initialized. Simplified the callback layer as well.

Change-Id: I3175d01307aed1420780d3c093d2694b41edf66e