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I am facing following errors in all the source files when trying to compile SensorsComboDriver for C++20.
1>C:\Windows-driver-samples\sensors\SensorsComboDriver\Clients.h(162,1): error C2440: 'initializing': cannot convert from 'const char ' to 'PCHAR'
1>C:\Windows-driver-samples\sensors\SensorsComboDriver\Clients.h(162,1): message : Conversion from string literal loses const qualifier (see /Zc:strictStrings)
Here is what I have tried doing:
Looking at the other OSR posts, I got to know that C++20 is supported in KMDF except STLs and exceptions.
In that case, I was wondering why I am getting the above errors.
Are there any other unsupported features of C++20 that are causing the above issues?
Thanks in advance for the help.
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