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Package com.exlumina.j360

Provides event-driven, and also conventional poll-based, access to up to four Xbox 360- compatible game controllers (demonstration software, tutorials, a GPL 3 version, and commercial licensing are available at Ex Lumina's Web site).

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Package com.exlumina.j360 Description

Provides event-driven, and also conventional poll-based, access to up to four Xbox 360- compatible game controllers (demonstration software, tutorials, a GPL 3 version, and commercial licensing are available at Ex Lumina's Web site). This is a Windows-only package, tested on Windows 10, Version 1607 (OS Build 14393.105).

Note regarding naming conventions: To match the expectations of C and C++ programmers who have prior experience with the Windows XInput API, J360Controller methods and variables that correspond directly to Windows API functions and variables use the same names as their Windows counterparts. Windows API calls are not consistent about capitalization, which means that some Windows functions start with an upper-case letter and some start with a lower-case letter (as opposed to the standard convention in Java programs, which calls for all methods that are not constructors to start with a lower-case letter). In particular, all of the J360Controller methods in the J360 class that mimic XInput functions start with the capital letters, "XI," just as they do in the actual Windows API declarations.

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