So nice to finally be able to have release notes that aren’t tweets!
Buttplug C# v1.0.2
Really simple fix here, but it was stopping the logging system from working at all in some cases, so very important.
#44: Log Handler now held for the lifetime of the process, meaning it will no longer throw an error when the GC sees the only reference is possibly held by a bare pointer in a native library. Isn’t FFI fun?
Buttplug JS v1.0.1
#43: Forgot to include protobufjs as a dependency (was a devdep), meaning typescript would cry when trying to resolve types
After 3.5 years of development, Buttplug, the open source intimate haptics controls library created and maintained by Nonpolynomial, has finally arrived at its v1 release. Fitting that it’s also the first real blog post on the new Nonpolynomial Blog!
For the project, this is actually a contraction rather than an expansion. Version 1 means that the project has slimmed down to a core Rust implementation upon which the ecosystem can continue to grow.
Buttplug v1.0.0 is available in the following flavors:
Welcome to the new blog for Nonpolynomial! Pivoting from our previous strategy of randomtweetstorms, we’ll be using this space to post updates and in-depth technical articles about our various products. We’ll also include posts on haptics (intimate and otherwise), product design and marketing, and other topics we cover as part of our consultancy.