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DSP-based Atari/Amiga mouse support code

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As the title says, here is some code to support Atari and Amiga mice with the DSP (while still allowing the 68k to read the results).

See readme.txt inside the ZIP file for details. Enjoy! ;)

 

dspmouse.zip

 

 

Brilliant :)

 

Any objections to me integrating it into RAPTOR?

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Orion_    1

Nice job ! Thanks for taking time working on it :)

I will integrate it in Elansar as soon as possible, and send you a build for testing :)

 

 

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Zerosquare    10
Brilliant :)

 

Any objections to me integrating it into RAPTOR?

Go ahead :)

 

Nice job ! Thanks for taking time working on it :)

I will integrate it in Elansar as soon as possible, and send you a build for testing :)

Thanks :)

 

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SebRmv    2

Interesting.

 

If you agree, I'll try to incorporate this to my Paula emulator. (not sure that I have some free DSP ram for that though)

 

So, how do you plug a mouse to the Jaguar?

 

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GT Turbo    3
Hello!

 

So, how do you plug a mouse to the Jaguar?

 

You just need a simple 9pin-to-15pin-adaptor, a description with software can be found on my Jaguar-page:

http://www.mdgames.de/jag_eng.htm

 

Kind regards

Matthias

 

 

hi Matthias,

 

I think everybody use your adaptor for connecting mouse on Jaguar ;)

 

Regards,

 

 

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SebRmv    2

Thanks Matthias.

 

That's what I thought. So I need to invest in two plugs and a few wires :)

 

Cheers

 

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Zerosquare    10
If you agree, I'll try to incorporate this to my Paula emulator. (not sure that I have some free DSP ram for that though)
No problem ;) (the code is quite small)

 

That's what I thought. So I need to invest in two plugs and a few wires :)
Do you want me to build one adapter, and give it to you at the RGC?

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SebRmv    2
That's what I thought. So I need to invest in two plugs and a few wires :)
Do you want me to build one adapter, and give it to you at the RGC?

 

I am definitely interested :)

 

 

 

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