Monthly Archives: November 2009
Hereby I announce the release of version 1.3.0 of DDKWizard which introduces support for the Windows 7/2008 Server R2 WDKs and drops support for the Windows 2000 DDKs. You can download it as usual from here: – Direct download – … Continue reading
With DDKBUILD I do have to tackle NT scripting issues every now and then. Now, most people don’t even recognize that NT scripting is not the same as Batch scripting. But the functionality of NT scripting is very limiting as … Continue reading
Update #2: the flaw did indeed exist. I fixed it, the new revision is 60! I updated the links, this file, the RSS feed. All the tests were successful, thus DDKBUILD.CMD version 7.4/r60 is now released. It improves the error … Continue reading
All the tests were successful, thus DDKBUILD.CMD version 7.4/r43 is now released. It adds support for the Windows 7 WDKs, with the variables W7BASE or WIN7BASE (for compatibility purposes with Hollistech’s DDKBUILD.BAT, like XPBASE). To list all the newly introduced … Continue reading
Zwei Freunde von mir haben einen mittlerweile fast zweijährigen Sohn, Onni Máni, der schon seine eigene Webseite hat und überhaupt ein sehr fröhlicher Bursche ist (siehe Webseite). Die Mutter des Kleinen hat nun das Hobby, Sachen für ihren Kleinen zu … Continue reading
There was no release of DDKBUILD yet, but whoever is daring enough can try the one from trunk already.
Today I tried the Visual Studio 2010 Professional Beta 2. As already reported for the Beta 1 it prompted for a restart twice. Once after the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Beta 2 component and once after the Microsoft Windows Installer … Continue reading
The EFF blog contains a recent article about one German who is trying to sue the Wikipedia Foundation (in the US) in order to enforce that his last name be taken down from – or rather be abbreviated in – … Continue reading
Hi, and upfront: I’m very sorry for the delays in DDKBUILD and DDKWizard development. If you are following the developments in the Windows kernel driver developer’s world, you will have noticed that neither of the tools have been updated to … Continue reading
Just found this website: code.jellycan.com. Pretty nice code examples there and the licensing of the code is very reuse-friendly. Thanks!
… this diagram.