Numega DriverWorks or Jungo WinDriver?

Hi,
which one is the best in terms of performance, flexibility and easy to
use?

I’m currently using WinRT, but since it is no longer supported, I’m
thinking to change for one of them.

Thanks,
Michael

Curious … Why not just stay with the DDK?


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>
> Hi,
> which one is the best in terms of performance, flexibility and easy to
> use?
>
> I’m currently using WinRT, but since it is no longer supported, I’m
> thinking to change for one of them.
>
> Thanks,
> Michael
>
>
>

Jungo did not support PnP until recently.
This is a library that comes with the Oney’s Book.
This library works perfectly.

P. Ho

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which one is the best in terms of performance,
flexibility and easy to
use?

I’m currently using WinRT, but since it is no longer
supported, I’m
thinking to change for one of them.

Thanks,
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Just use the DDK.

If one wants to do ISA PnP on WinNT 4 (don’t ask why it has to do with compatibility, etc.) What’s the best choice? DriverWorks? Does anything else support ISA PnP on WinNT 4?

Thanks,

John

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It’s nice to be able to write a driver in C++ instead of C.

Alberto.

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> Just use the DDK.

Guys, what’s wrong with using DriverWorks or such C++ wrapper class
libraries? Doesn’t it simplify and speed up the development of device
drivers? Why would you just use the DDK?

In my personal experience, DriverWorks has been an invaluable tool to get
drivers developed quickly. It also made the code much more readable and
understandable.

Mathieu Routhier

Here we go again…

Jamey

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It’s nice to be able to write a driver in C++ instead of C.

Alberto.

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Well, it wasn’t me who opened the can of worms. :slight_smile:

Alberto.

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Here we go again…

Jamey

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It’s nice to be able to write a driver in C++ instead of C.

Alberto.

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Sorry, I was just wondering if there were other choices for writing an ISA PnP driver for WinNT 4 other than:

  • DriverWorks
  • DDK put you gotta roll your own ISA PnP stuff or somehow figure out
    the undocumented stuff
  • ???

Thanks,

John

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Well, it wasn’t me who opened the can of worms. :slight_smile:

Alberto.

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Here we go again…

Jamey

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It’s nice to be able to write a driver in C++ instead of C.

Alberto.

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From: Mathieu Routhier [mailto:xxxxx@guillemot.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 12:43 PM

> Just use the DDK.

Guys, what’s wrong with using DriverWorks or such C++ wrapper class
libraries? Doesn’t it simplify and speed up the development of device
drivers? Why would you just use the DDK?

In my personal experience, DriverWorks has been an invaluable
tool to get
drivers developed quickly. It also made the code much more
readable and
understandable.

Please, please, please do not open that can of worms again!

If you want to see down-and-dirty flame-throwing spittle-inducing threads on
whether or not to use C or C++, whether to use windbg or Soft-ICE or kd,
whether DriverWorks provides value or is just plain sucky…read the
archives.

Thank you.

–Christine

PnP on NT40 ? For compatibilty reasons ? What do you want do to ?

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Subject: [ntdev] Re: Numega DriverWorks or Jungo WinDriver?

> If one wants to do ISA PnP on WinNT 4 (don’t ask why it has to do with
compatibility, etc.) What’s the best choice? DriverWorks? Does anything
else support ISA PnP on WinNT 4?
>
> Thanks,
>
> John
>
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Chris:

Why don’t you tell the guy that NT4.0 does not support PnP?

Who is still making ISA hardware in the age of USB 2.0, 1394, and PCI-Express? I could not help wondering…

Bi

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PnP on NT40 ? For compatibilty reasons ? What do you want do to ?

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Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 9:33 PM
Subject: [ntdev] Re: Numega DriverWorks or Jungo WinDriver?

> If one wants to do ISA PnP on WinNT 4 (don’t ask why it has to do with
compatibility, etc.) What’s the best choice? DriverWorks? Does anything
else support ISA PnP on WinNT 4?
>
> Thanks,
>
> John
>
> -----Original Message-----
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I’m not a driver guy, I make GUI to interface hardware. I prefer to use
drivers made by a company that knows how to do it and not waste my time
trying to learn it and knowing that I will not be able to do better
driver with the time I have.

Michael

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Curious … Why not just stay with the DDK?


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> to use?
>
> I’m currently using WinRT, but since it is no longer supported, I’m
> thinking to change for one of them.
>
> Thanks,
> Michael
>
>
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I didn’t say is wrong to use DriverWorks or Jungo.
I just think what are you going to do when DriverWorks
or Jungo no longer availables!

> Just use the DDK.

Guys, what’s wrong with using DriverWorks or such C++ wrapper class
libraries? Doesn’t it simplify and speed up the development of device
drivers? Why would you just use the DDK?

In my personal experience, DriverWorks has been an invaluable tool to get
drivers developed quickly. It also made the code much more readable and
understandable.

Mathieu Routhier

They give you the source code, so if they disappear, you can fix the code
yourself and continue using C++. It isn’t that hard, but while it exists, I
prefer to use it.

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Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 5:56 PM
Subject: [ntdev] Re: Numega DriverWorks or Jungo WinDriver?

> I didn’t say is wrong to use DriverWorks or Jungo.
> I just think what are you going to do when DriverWorks
> or Jungo no longer availables!
>
>
> > > Just use the DDK.
> >
> > Guys, what’s wrong with using DriverWorks or such C++ wrapper class
> > libraries? Doesn’t it simplify and speed up the development of device
> > drivers? Why would you just use the DDK?
> >
> > In my personal experience, DriverWorks has been an invaluable tool to
get
> > drivers developed quickly. It also made the code much more readable and
> > understandable.
> >
> > Mathieu Routhier
>
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