"Arduino Minecraft Interface" binary written in Go
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amigo

amigo is a program that allows you to control an Arduino from Minecraft, heavily inspired by https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Minecraft-Interface/

The main reason for writing this was that my son got a "Adventskalender MAKERFACTORY Programmieren mit Minecraft™ und Windows-Java" advent calendar, but the shipped software didn't work at all... As a nice side effect, it now works also under macOs and Linux :-)

Build

go get github.com/tarm/serial
go build

Installation

Just copy the binary to somewhere on your disk. Feel free to copy it into the logs directory as described on instructables.com

Usage

  1. Start Minecraft
  2. amigo [-logfile <path/to/latest.log>] [-serial <com-port>] [-baud <baudrate>] [-verbose]

Flags

Flag Meaning
-logfile Path to Minecraft's logfile. Default is 'latest.log'
-serial COM-Port to use, e.g. COM3
-baud Baud rate. Default is 9600
-verbose If set, amigo is quite chatty and lets you know in detail what it is doing

Example: amigo -logfile %APPDATA%\.minecraft\logs\latest.log -serial COM3 -baud 9600