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Hi, I am new to minifilters but recently came across a thought about using
cmake instead of using
.sln for building and signing minifilters.
I found a few projects that might help with it:
At the same time I saw a few negatives around using cmake to compile drivers:
A few points about the projects:
I see a few cons and pros:
Overall my gut feelings says to do as Microsoft does it and I will probably run into fewer problems down the line. Cmake feels like an hammer for a screw. But at same time having CI/CD will be nice that is cross platform. The project in questions is fsfilter-rs.
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