A new version of AntiMicro has been packaged and uploaded. There are a lot of changes with this release that will allow some use cases to be doable that were not possible previously. The biggest, and most blasphemous, change is that this is the first real release that will have a Windows version. The mouse wheel buttons in the program can now be used to allow actual mouse wheel scrolling; previously, this was only possible by using the wheel buttons along with turbo. Buttons and assignments can now have custom names given by the user. This will allow users to have the program show what a button does in-game as opposed to showing the combination of slots required to perform an action. One other big change is that the while held set selector has been changed so that the joystick should not get stuck on the wrong set while performing a set change; this was somewhat possible with older releases using a two-way set selector and turbo on a button.
Here is a list of the changes made for this version of AntiMicro:
I had not originally intended to make a Windows release but I decided to experiment with how much work would be required to get AntiMicro working under Windows. I spent some time making the initial port and then trying to work out the kinks that randomly popped up. I had posted the beta version of the Windows port and people have expressed some interest in improving the Windows version since then. Right now, it is actually the most downloaded version of the 1.1.x release packages available. I posted the port as a proof of concept and I was the only intended user since there is similar software available on Windows. It is cool that there is interest in the Windows version and it will continue to be maintained as the application is updated. However, I still consider AntiMicro a Linux application first and foremost.
Arch Linux (AUR): https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/antimicro/
Debian amd64: http://www.ryochan7.com/files/projects/antimicro/antimicro_1.2-1_amd64.deb
Debian i386: http://www.ryochan7.com/files/projects/antimicro/antimicro_1.2-1_i386.deb
Fedora 19 x86_64: http://www.ryochan7.com/files/projects/antimicro/antimicro-1.2-1.fc19.x86_64.rpm
Fedora 19 i686: http://www.ryochan7.com/files/projects/antimicro/antimicro-1.2-1.fc19.i686.rpm
Windows (msi): http://www.ryochan7.com/files/projects/antimicro/antimicro-1.2-win32.msi
Windows (zip): http://www.ryochan7.com/files/projects/antimicro/antimicro-1.2-win32.zip