You forgot the download link bud =)
Arwin has released a new version of his "Keyboard Emulator" for the PSP, heres whats new in the latest version:
- added a non-blocking readKey function with a new structure that contains information on which group is selected, which modifiers were pressed, and so on, all at the right time. The p-sprint testscreen uses the function to display a proper blinking cursor. I spent a few hours on getting the key-repeat to work properly, but I couldn't manage it and the night's almost up, so have to get back to that later. But this is a significant step for other coders, so I'm releasing this early version for testing and development.
Getting a key from p-sprint is a lot like reading the controller now, with a comparable, non-blocking structure setup.
It would be fun to see if it were difficult to integrate this function into MicroWindows or something similar now.
Once I get the keyrepeat working I can rewrite the p_spGetChar and p_spGetKey functions calling the readKey functions in a loop, and wrap the whole thing up in a nice header file.
Download Here --> http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/p-sprint.shtml
He sure did:
But I'm sure you're more official than that thread....
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Thanks for the links people. Psprint has always confused the hell out of me...I need to get used to it before it's prominantly used in all forms of software.
Hmm ive added the link now but you see the arwin link at the top, well that also leads to the download :P
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