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I have code that parses NET_BUFFER_LIST/NET_BUFFER structures I need to debug and test, however WinDBG/Visual Studio , is just making this task impossibly difficult in kernel space, It's making me want to sob uncontrollably and destroy things with my hands and fists, not to mention costing me countless hours and days of lost productivity.
Can I somehow serialize or mock or capture, NET_BUFFER and NET_BUFFER_LIST structures in a userspace , I need them to be realistic, and just jerry rigging some plausible scenarios by hand seems nearly impossible to do, due to how complex these structures are.
Driver debugging is just kicking my ass so badly.
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