47 releases (16 stable)
|new 2.1.5||Feb 20, 2021|
|2.0.6||Jan 27, 2021|
|1.0.5||Jan 10, 2021|
|1.0.1||Dec 28, 2020|
|0.0.1||Apr 12, 2019|
#11 in Hardware support
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Rust implementation of the Buttplug Intimate Hardware Protocol, including implementations of the client and, at some point, server.
For a demo of what this framework can do, check out this demo video.
Buttplug-rs is a full fledged implementation of Buttplug, implementing both the client and server portions of the system. Implementations for other langauges (such as C# and JS) are built on top of the Rust library. See the buttplug-rs-ffi repo for more info.
Buttplug-rs is currently capable of controlling toys via:
- Bluetooth LE
- Serial Ports
- USB HID
- Lovense Devices via the Lovense Dongle (All Versions)
- XInput gamepads (Windows only at the moment)
See IOSTIndex for a full list of supported hardware (Filter on "Buttplug Rust").
Buttplug is a framework for hooking up hardware to interfaces, where hardware usually means sex toys, but could honestly be just about anything. It's basically a userland HID manager for things that may not specifically be HID.
In more concrete terms, think of Buttplug as something like osculator or VRPN, but for sex toys. Instead of wiimotes and control surfaces, we interface with vibrators, electrostim equipment, fucking machines, and other hardware that can communicate with computers.
The core of buttplug works as a router. It is a Rust based application that connects to libraries that registers and communicates with different hardware. Clients can then connect over websockets or network ports, to claim and interact with the hardware.
On Windows and macOS, running
cargo build should suffice for building the project. All
dependencies are vendored in.
On Linux, the following packages will be needed to build with default features:
libudev-dev(Required for serial port/HID support)
libusb-1.0-0-dev(Required for serial port/HID support)
The package names are listed as their debian requirements, and may be different for other
distributions. Removing the
serial-manager features should stop these
from being requires.
To use Buttplug in your rust application or library, check out the buttplug package on crates.io.
The following crate features are available
|Feature||Other Features Used||Description|
||None||Buttplug client implementation (in-process connection only)|
||None||Buttplug server implementation (in-process connection only)|
||None||Serde JSON serializer for Buttplug messages, needed for remote connectors|
||Websocket connectors, used to connect remote clients/servers, with or without SSL|
||Bluetooth hardware support on Windows 10, macOS, Linux, iOS|
||Lovense USB Dongle support on Windows 7/10, macOS, Linux|
||Serial Port hardware support on Windows 7/10, macOS, Linux|
||XInput Gamepad support on Windows 7/10|
||None||Uses async-std/smol executor for futures|
||None||Runtime that panics on any spawn. Only used for tests.|
||None||Uses default thread pool executor for futures|
(Tokio coming soon)
Default features are enough to build a full desktop system:
xinput-manager(feature is only relevant on windows, but builds as a noop on all other platforms).
If you have issues or feature requests, please feel free to file an issue.
We are not looking for code contributions or pull requests at this time, and will not accept pull requests that do not have a matching issue where the matter was previously discussed. Pull requests should only be submitted after talking to qdot via issues (or on discord or twitter DMs if you would like to stay anonymous and out of recorded info on the repo) before submitting PRs. Random PRs without matching issues and discussion are likely to be closed without merging. and receiving approval to develop code based on an issue. Any random or non-issue pull requests will most likely be closed without merging.
If you'd like to contribute in a non-technical way, we need money to keep up with supporting the latest and greatest hardware. We have multiple ways to donate!
Buttplug is BSD licensed.
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