Hello Laurent,in case of a keyboard (for which you already have a Linux driver) let me recommend to use keyboard events. Just remove the interface to the console window and use your own keyboard driver within ewmain.c. The advantage of this approach is, that you can use regular keyboard events within your GUI application - which makes it very easy and comfortable to develop and test your GUI application within the Prototyper.The concept of Device Interface should be used for all other interfaces and protocols except keyboard and touch input.I hope this helps.Best regards,Manfred
there is no automatic mapping between (any) keyboard and particular key events.
You can implement this according your keyboard layout and application requirements.
Maybe you can have a look into the file ewapp.c that you will find within your Embedded Wizard installation folder within the subdirectory \Program Files (x86)\Embedded Wizard <version>\Platforms\Tara\Win32\RTE - there you will find a mapping of key codes to key events within a Win32 application.
I think this helps as starting point for your mapping.
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