[PD] X-Keys USB interface

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Fri Nov 28 22:01:43 CET 2003

Why not just use [key], [keyup], etc?  You could make an abstraction to  
hide all of those objects, or use someone else's existing one.

On linux, you could use [linuxevent] for USB and ADB keyboards.  I  
don't think PS/2 mice and keyboards work with the Linux event system,  
but if they do, then they'll work with [linuxevent].


On Thursday, Nov 27, 2003, at 13:02 Europe/Brussels, matthew jones  

> Hi list,
> I'm thinking about trying out the X-Keys matrix board with Pd:
> http://www.ymouse.com/custom/xkmatrix.htm
> should be a relatively simple thing to receive switch inputs in Pd,  
> no?  J.
> Sarlo's joystick object or the like?
> There are two options, Ps/2 or USB.
> matt
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