In order to iterate quickly on firmware features, it can be helpful to build and run the firmware on your local workstation, with generated virtual press/release events flowing into the handler functions.
In order to build targeting the
native_posix board, you need to setup your system
with a compiler that can target 32-bit POSIX.
On Debian, you can do this with:
To do this, you can build ZMK targeting the
Once built, you can run the firmware locally:
The virtual key presses are hardcoded in
boards/native_posix.overlay file, should you want to change the sequence to test various actions like Mod-Tap, etc.