lp:libfprint

Created by Registry Administrators on 2012-07-16 and last modified on 2021-01-13
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Recent revisions

1179. By Benjamin Berg <email address hidden> on 2021-01-13

tests: Mark umockdev-test.py executable

This makes it easier to execute it for out-of-tree tests.

1178. By Benjamin Berg <email address hidden> on 2021-01-13

Release 1.90.7

1177. By Aris Lin <email address hidden> on 2021-01-12

synaptics: check if current firmware supports during device probe

Fixes: #239 and #351

1176. By boger <email address hidden> on 2021-01-05

goodixmoc: support finger status report
there is no specific API for report finger status,
finger needed status is set when captrue sample cmd send, once cmd receive correct,
finger is pressing on sensor.

1175. By Vincent Huang <email address hidden> on 2021-01-05

synaptics: modify the command to only identify the provided print list

1174. By Benjamin Berg <email address hidden> on 2021-01-04

goodix: Add missing return to fp_verify_capture_cb

Found by coverity. While quite bad in theory, proper safeguards are in
place, so it will only result in a g_return_val_if_fail to be hit rather
than causing more severe side effects.

1173. By Benjamin Berg <email address hidden> on 2021-01-04

synaptics: Delay verify operation completion until finger remoal

We used to return early in the case where the print matched in order to
report the result more quickly. However, with the early reporting
mechanism and the fprintd side implementation of it, this is not
necessary anymore.

As such, only stop the "verify" and "identify" operations when the
finger is removed (or the operation is cancelled, which is actually what
will happen currently).

1172. By Benjamin Berg <email address hidden> on 2021-01-04

synaptics: Improve identify handler and return a new print

It is easier (and more correct) to create a new print from the reported
data and match that against the prints in the gallery.

We continue to return NULL during verify as we cannot provide any
additional information in that case.

1171. By fengqiangguo <fengjungle@126.com> on 2021-01-04

goodixmoc: fetch max_stored_prints from device

During updating configuration, device will send back the max_stored_prints
back. The number of max_stored_prints is different among different devices.

1170. By fengqiangguo <fengjungle@126.com> on 2021-01-04

goodixmoc: add two new Goodix PID support.

Add two new Goodix PID 0x63AC and 0x639C, to support two more Goodix fingerprint devices on Linux platform.

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