TL;DR: Support for Amiga and Atari ST mice, USB console, and re-connect improvements.
I ‘m happy to announce that Bluepad32 v3.5 has been released. It contains two new big features:
- Mouse support
and many fixes & improvements here and there.
Mouse support has been added both at the “core” level, and at a “platform” level.
By “core” level, I mean that all platforms (Unijoysticle, NINA/AirLift, Arduino, etc.) receive the mouse information: x & y movement and the Left, Middle and Right buttons.
And by “platform” level, I mean that the Unijoysticle platform transforms the mouse data into quadrature events that both Amiga and Atari ST computers can understand.
See the complete list of supported mice here: supported mice
Before v3.5, it was possible to see the logs by connecting to a serial terminal (e.g: via a USB cable).
Now, it is possible to interact with the serial terminal. Just connect the device with a USB cable, and type:
minicom -D /dev/ttyUSB0
Some useful commands are:
list_devices: dumps info about connected devices
set_bluetooth_enabled <1 | 0>: To enable/disable Bluetooth pairing mode
set_mouse_scale <scalee>:To change how fast/slow the mouse should move
set_autofire_cps: To change the rate of autofire
help: To see all the available commands 🙂
- DualSense and DualShock 3 / 4: Reconnect works!
- Improved Switch controllers re-connection
- DualShock 3 works without the need to recompile the firmware.
- Added support for Wii Balance board (experimental)
- Improvements in different platforms:
- Unijoysticle: Added support for the A500 device, supports console, and more.
- NINA/AirLift: Added support for enabling/disabling Bluetooth
- Arduino: Added support for enabling/disabling Bluetooth, added Console class (that uses the new USB Console).
Download and Changelog
Download it from the usual place: Bluepad32 releases
And the complete changelog is here: CHANGELOG
Many thanks for the community for the testing, contributing patches and ideas.
See complete credits here: AUTHORS
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