Graphical Driver Development Kit (GDDK) for Linux

GDDK is a tool to help users build a driver in an organized and a lesser burdened way than how they do that natively. It helps by framing a procedure that comes common out of developing various drivers. The tools contains all function definitions of the kernel source, but the user is expected know how to use those functions in the GDDK and how to use them to solve his purpose, as the tool is supposed to provide only a convenient way for developing the driver, and hence doesn't do any wonders by creating drivers itself.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Software Date Added: Oct 2011 Format: PDF

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