short project life cycle

Greetings,

In an effort to shorten development time frames, I’m looking at device
driver toolkits/suites like WinDK (Bsquare); DriverStudio (Compuware), the
DDK’s, etc. Can someone give me an objective opinion on which products are
best suited to quickly develop a WDM serial printer device driver for w2k.

Regards,
Bruce

Bruce,

If I were wanting to get up to speed as quickly as possible, I would use the
framework provided by Walter Oney in his book and on his website. The only
cost is for the book, which pays for itself very quickly. His code is
provided on the companion CD, explained in the book, and does not have a lot
of extra features that sometimes only add to the confusion. The book is,
“Programming the Windows Driver Model” from Microsoft Press.

-Evan

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Subject: [ntdev] short project life cycle

Greetings,

In an effort to shorten development time frames, I’m looking at device
driver toolkits/suites like WinDK (Bsquare); DriverStudio (Compuware), the
DDK’s, etc. Can someone give me an objective opinion on which
products are
best suited to quickly develop a WDM serial printer device driver for w2k.

Regards,
Bruce


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