Projects / Joy2Key


Joy2Key is a program for X and the console that monitors the joystick (typically /dev/js0) and sends X keyboard events to application windows or keystrokes to the console (both "terminal" and "rawconsole" modes for terminal stuff and SVGALIB stuff respectivly). It allows the use of a joystick with applications that don't otherwise support one, such as xkobo, iNES or sDoom. Joy2Key supports .rcfile and easy joystick calibration.


Recent releases

  •  22 Jul 1999 07:20

    Release Notes: Incorporated patch to accept window IDs instead of names to make joy2key useful for full-screen X games, and also now uses automake/autoconf for hopefully more portable building.

    •  18 Aug 1998 08:42

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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