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HunoJoyWrapper Library version 2.0.0 Joystick/Joypad library Prerequisite: Installing static libraries ==> libSDL_image.a, libSDL_gfx and libSDL.a and their include files Concept idea of this library: * Easy integration of joystick/joypad support in any application or SDL game without needing to be an expert in programmation * Easy preferences system with button swapping assignations, directional axis swappings, Joypads/Joystick automatic count detection, information about joysticks/joypads names * Drivers internal owners of some joysticks * Complete support of any joystick/joypad Simple setting : To incorporate this library in your code, first you have to: * Copy the library from the archive in lib/libHJW.a to your SDK in the "newlib/lib" directory * Copy the includes directory of the library (named "libHJW") to the newlib/include directory of your SDK * To link the library, you just have to add this line in your code: #include "libHJW/HunoJoyWrapper.h" In order to compile: -lHWJ -lSDL_image -lSDL_gfx This library is "freeware" but is in no way OpenSource. Rules regarding the integration of this library in any engine are as follow : * You have to join the "Freeware_licenseLibHJW.txt" file in your program's directory * You have to activate the logo at startup of your program or game (see below regarding the integration of the logo). * You have to add the executable "Testing-JoysticksHWJlib.exe" in your directory. * You have to add a link to the archive in your readme as well as a link to my site (http://www.clubevolution4.com/HunoPortSDL/) * Source code and makefile of the modified part integrating joystick/joypad support must be included in the archive in order to help potential developpers thanks to your examples * You have to send me a mail with the name of your application or game in which you have added the library, it will allow me to update my list of applications/games supporting "libHWJ" (contact: nouvel.hugues(AT)free.fr) How to initialise the library: In order to initialise, you have to declare in main: extern SDL_Event event; In order to initalize the LOGO: //Initialize the wrapper and the logo (about the logo, you have to declare the surface of the screen, usually "screen" but this inot compulsory, developpers like to change). Important: the logo doesn't have any OpenGL rendering, you must use it in 2D, thanks. InitHunoJoyWrapper(); InitLogoHJW (Display); Call an axial direction function: //Declare in the events for the 1st player: Uint8* joyHJW; joyHJW = GetJoyStateHJW(); //In order to declare a button or an axis for the 1st player for example: joyHJW[JOY_HJW_DOWN]/ / ===> example of integration in a code: (keys [SDLK_DOWN] | | joyHJW [JOY_HJW_DOWN]) / / ===> The first statement is the original one (so the keyboard event) then the second integration of the first joystick <=== // All possibilities: JOY_HJW_UP JOY_HJW_DOWN JOY_HJW_LEFT JOY_HJW_RIGHT JOY_HJW_B0 JOY_HJW_B1 JOY_HJW_B2 JOY_HJW_B3 JOY_HJW_B4 JOY_HJW_B5 JOY_HJW_B6 JOY_HJW_B7 JOY_HJW_B8 JOY_HJW_B9 JOY_HJW_B10 JOY_HJW_B11 JOY_HJW_B12 JOY_HJW_B13 JOY_HJW_B14 JOY_HJW_B15 JOY_HJW_B16 JOY_HJW_B17 JOY_HJW_B18 JOY_HJW_B19 //Declare in the events for the 2nd player: Uint8* joyHJW2; joyHJW2 = GetJoyState2HJW(); //In order to declare a button or an axis for the 2nd player for example: joyHJW2[JOY2_HJW_DOWN]/ / ===> example of integration in a code: (keys2 [SDLK_DOWN] | | joyHJW2 [JOY2_HJW_DOWN]) / / ===> The first statement is the original one (so the keyboard event) then the second integration of the second joystick <=== // All possibilities: JOY2_HJW_UP JOY2_HJW_DOWN JOY2_HJW_LEFT JOY2_HJW_RIGHT JOY2_HJW_B0 JOY2_HJW_B1 JOY2_HJW_B2 JOY2_HJW_B3 JOY2_HJW_B4 JOY2_HJW_B5 JOY2_HJW_B6 JOY2_HJW_B7 JOY2_HJW_B8 JOY2_HJW_B9 JOY2_HJW_B10 JOY2_HJW_B11 JOY2_HJW_B12 JOY2_HJW_B13 JOY2_HJW_B14 JOY2_HJW_B15 JOY2_HJW_B16 JOY2_HJW_B17 JOY2_HJW_B18 JOY2_HJW_B19 // At the end of the main, free the library ShutdownHunoJoyWrapper (); Keyboard shortcuts for the Joystick Test GUI => ESCAPE to quit => F5 to reload the config file after modifications => F10 to saving your prefs => F1 active on joystick 1 inverter => F2 disable on joystick 1 inverter => F3 active on joystick 2 inverter => F4 disable on joystick 2 inverter => Button + E edition of the selected button => Cancel button + R button to edit the selecte Press the button you want to change (red selection) and simultaneously press the "E" key on the keyboard, then press the desired button (both buttons will be swapped). If you want to cancel the edit button, you select the button (red selection) and simultaneously press the "R" key on the keyboard. List of drivers currently supported natively: Driver USB Joystick Adaptator HAMA Single adaptator Playstation Driver Twin USB Joystick APM Adaptator Playstation Driver ThrustMaster Dual Analog 3.2 Driver WingMan Precision USB Driver Joystick FreeBox USB Driver Joystick Cyborg V.1 Driver MadCatz Call of Duty GamePad Driver Logitech(R) Precision(TM) Gamepad Driver Saitek P220 Gamepad Driver Saitek P990 Dual Analog Pad Driver Teckmo mobility 2 IN 1 Gamepad Driver TechMobility Mega World Gamepad Driver Speedlink Strike2 GreenAsia Inc Gamepad Driver SPEED-LINK Competition Pro Driver XBOX 360 For Windows Driver Gamepad ArcadeJoy (TM) Driver PLAYSTATION(R)3 Controller Driver Cyborg Force Rumble Pad Driver RetroBoxAtari Pad =============>Generic driver for a minimum operating a joystick having no driver<============== Generic Driver for HunoJoyWrapper ----IMPORTANT---- In order for me to add new drivers into the library, please send me : both infosJoystick.dat and InfosJoystick2.dat files (they are created at program's launch and are deleted at program's close). You also have to configure your Joystick/JoyPad with the configuration GUI (to map the buttons at the right place) and then send me the file HunoJoyWrapper.cfg You can send me the 3 file at the following address : nouvel.hugues (AT) free.fr Thank you.
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