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2008-09-09removed old linux key name conversion and took a quick stab at updating the ↵Hans-Christoph Steiner
key name lookup table in input_arrays.c to make the USB HID derived key names svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=10284
2008-06-26ported some of the recent bugfixes from [hid]:Hans-Christoph Steiner
- in hidio_get_events(), test code before type since code is more likely to fail, therefore saving comparing the one that succeeds a lot - removed [print( message and replaced it with [devices( and [elements( - fixed min/max getting bug (I forgot to include the &my_id struct) - implemented get_device_number_by_id() - removed extra copies of write functions svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=10113
2008-05-27first sketch of output message with variable atom typesHans-Christoph Steiner
svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=9924
2008-05-07i don't claim that everything here is as it should be; but at least it ↵IOhannes m zmölnig
compiles again... (and input seems to work; i have not been able to do the keyboard-led thing, however) svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=9771
2007-07-26first functional output test on GNU/Linux: I can control the keyboard LEDs. ↵Hans-Christoph Steiner
Others should be possible, but Linux doesn't recognize the output types of any of my other devices :( svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=8245
2007-01-03builds on all platforms now, but doesn't link on MinGWHans-Christoph Steiner
svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=7146
2007-01-02I cleaned up the return values. This is what I used:Hans-Christoph Steiner
* EXIT_SUCCESS for successful conditions * -1 for failure when a device number is being returned * EXIT_FAILURE for all other failures EXIT_SUCCESS and EXIT_FAILURE are defined in stdlib.h svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=7121
2007-01-01The output message is pre-generated by hidio_build_element_list() and storedHans-Christoph Steiner
in t_hid_element->output_message. Then just the value is updated. This saves a bit of CPU time since this is run for every event that is output. Previously, for each event outputted, it had to allocate a t_atom[3] and run a SETSYMBOL for the name and a SETFLOAT for the instance. svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=7117
2007-01-01renamed debug_print() to debug_post() since its a wrapper to post()Hans-Christoph Steiner
svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=7116
2006-12-31added latency measuring code on Darwin (to be removed once testing is done), ↵Hans-Christoph Steiner
and removed threading svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=7115
2006-12-08- laid out new event labeling scheme based more on USB HID rather than LinuxHans-Christoph Steiner
input.h. It works on my devices on my Mac OS X. I probably broke Linux support. The scheme is in a new file, hidio_types.c - all event symbols except the vendor-defined usage are generated in hidio_setup(). The symbols for vendor-defined usages are generated when the device's element list is built. - changed macros to work cleanly when compiled on Windows using MinGW gcc - fixed up help file to better represent the state of things (still could be much better) svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=6718
2006-11-30did lots of renaming to the new [hidio] name, removed a little bit of cruft. ↵Hans-Christoph Steiner
Builds on Mac OS X, but doesn't load yet :-/. hidio_setup() gets called successfully, but for some reason hidio_new() does not seem to get called svn path=/trunk/externals/io/hidio/; revision=6533