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Mouser 0.1

Open Source
Experimental RS232 Serial Mouse Driver
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Description

Most Handhelds provide a RS232 serial compatible port of some
sort. I just happened to find the way of convert my J728 Sync
cable into a serial port by crossing some signals (adapter idea
included in this package). Then I hooked up a mouse and found
that there was no driver. Solution: Just write one ;)

The "driver" was implemented as a tray-loadable application so
you can select some options and load it at your will (instead
of having to reboot to force detection).

THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN TESTED ON A JORNADA 728 DEVICE. IT MAY WORK
ON HPC PRO 2.11 OR NEWER DEVICES WITH SH3, SH4, MIPS OR ARM
PROCESSORS BUT THE ONLY TESTED SETUP IS HPC2000 ARM.

USAGE:
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Just plug-in the mouse and execute my program. Your mouse should be detected.
Some mouse won't be detected since there are more than just one protocol for
mouses. I just implemented the more common one (Microsoft Mouse Protocol).

Tags

UtilityOpen Sourcemouse

   
License Open Source
The program is open source, free and the source code is available on-line.
   
Website https://www.hpcfactor.com/forums/view-profile.asp?action=view&uid=912
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Released 11 August 2006
Language Support English
Popularity 2522
Total Downloads  1
   
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 16 February 2024

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