Re: Helping you get CIPE working on Windows XP|
Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>|
Wed, 26 Jun 2002 05:28:18 +0200|
Go for it, by all means.
I'm not doing anything on XP at the moment and don't really have the
inclination to go out and buy it and a new machine to run it on.
All I insist on is that the final product builds with the NT4.0 DDK and/or
identical binaries run unmodified on all three NT-based kernels. I really
don't want version splits between platforms. A LOT of people have eschewed
both XP and W2K and continue to run things on NT4.
That said, I expect that the port should be fairly easy.
I'm still concerning myself with nailing down the stability issues (just
there, too!) and will get into feature alignment with Cipe proper after that.
Thanks, I appreciate the help !
On Tuesday 25 June 2002 11:21 pm, you wrote:
> Hi Damion,
> I'd like to help out, if possible, in getting CIPE-Win32 to work reliably
> on Windows XP. Is there work currently in progress on this?
> If so:
> * How is it going?
> * How can I contribute?
> If not:
> * Is it ok with you if I work on it?
> * What issues have you or others identified so far?
> I want to upgrade the rest of my machines to Windows XP and Windows.NET
> BTW, I'm a jack of all trades in the computer field & don't have any
> problem with debugging device drivers or using the DDK.
> Ray Burns