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I have seen some very professional looking open source windows driver projects that use macros such as
_Out_, Irql macros such as
my questions are:
_IRQL_requires_max_for all of your functions? if so, then do you manually inspect every API call in your function and the functions that this function call and so on to find the maximum possible IRQL, or...?
_In_) and IRQL macros (such as
_IRQL_requires_max_), is there any other macro that can help code analyzer tools and also make the code more professional and easy to understand/debug?
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