Author Topic: resources for writing drivers  (Read 1790 times)

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Offline Nuke

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resources for writing drivers
ive been pissed off about ppjoy for some time now for not finishing their software to a full version 1 and not supporting 64 bit. anyway what i want to do is write a new virtual joystick driver and have it be a little bit more open. unlike using ppjoy's overelaborite interface i would just do a shared memory system of sorts where you can write to the driver axis and button information, and then that would get passed through the direct input as a normal hid joystick. you would then have an application which could write to that driver from whatever input. i googled around and couldnt figure out how to make a driver for a piece of hardware that doesnt exist.
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