Proving myself

Luke Davis ldavis at
Fri Nov 14 18:17:50 EST 2003

It was text, saved as "mousemodule.mouse", by a DOS style system (DOS
newline convensions).  Here it is, in its unattached form:

MSGCATALOG  "peripherals/mouse"

-- Import some types
TYPEDEF DeviceName      IMPORT ".DeviceName"
TYPEDEF DevicePathName  IMPORT ".DevicePathName"

device          RECORD {
model         STRING MATCHES "[a-z0-9]*"
protocol      STRING
deviceFile    DevicePathName DEFAULT "/dev/mouse"
threshold     UNSIGNED IN RANGE 2 ... 65535 DEFAULT "25"
acceleration  UNSIGNED DEFAULT "2"
emulation     STRING IN CHOICE {
"3button"       ":MOUSE_EMULATE_3BUTTON:",
models          LIST OF RECORD {

models          LIST OF RECORD {
name          STRING MATCHES "[a-z0-9]*"
protocol      STRING
description   STRING
deviceFile    DevicePathName
driver        DeviceName

On Fri, 14 Nov 2003, Gregory Nowak wrote:

> I didn't even detach it, but it looked like a binary file to me from
> the attachment description.
> If that's what it is, then I'm wondering if somebody has the guts to
> run it (assuming that is possible), and report to us on what it does?
> Greg
> On Fri, Nov 14, 2003 at 11:08:09PM +0000, Luke Davis wrote:
> > Okay, perhaps I am going to look like a fool for asking, but what language
> > is this thing in?

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