jds, on 21 February 2012 - 07:00 PM, said:
Eh? Nobody is calling you a liar. Why would you think that???
It's simply a legal formality. The published license for WdmStub specifically says it cannot be redistributed except by explicit permission of Walter Oney. That's where we stand legally, unless we can prove otherwise, eg. to the people running MSFN. Only the relevant portions of the e-mail, plus the time/date information, should suffice.
As for the source code, you can either get it on the CD-ROM if you buy the book, or you can download it as described in the first posting. Of course, the benefit in buying the book is that all the stuff is explained, otherwise you have to figure it out yourself.
Maybe I misunderstood you or vice versa. I posted what he sent me via email. I wasn't trying to be an a** about things. Sometimes my comprehension is off.
dencorso, on 21 February 2012 - 11:39 PM, said:
That's great news!
What do you think about the question of whether is it preferable to have the WDM Function/Stub provider as a .SYS or as a .VxD which I've raised some posts above?
rloew, on 21 February 2012 - 11:14 PM, said:
I bought the book years ago at a used Book Store. The Source code I have is version 4.20
I have written my own VXD File to add other functions, not in WDMSTUB.
From: "PROBLEMCHYLD" <>
> Do you think its possible to update WDMSTUB.SYS with the missing exports,
> and convert it to WDMSTUB.VXD.
There is no point to having a VxD -- WDMSTUB was designed for the single
purpose of allowing WDM drivers to work across platforms, and it has to be a
.sys file to perform that function. Anyhow, the source code for WDMSTUB came
with the book. That means you can use the code as a base to build something
of your own with a different name.
Walter Oney, Esq.
267 Pearl Hill Road
Fitchburg, MA 01420
This post has been edited by PROBLEMCHYLD: 22 February 2012 - 07:58 AM