Windows 10: Friend needs help porting C++ library from Linux to Windows

  1.    27 Jul 2016 #1

    Friend needs help porting C++ library from Linux to Windows

    A friend of mine is looking for someone who would be able to devote their time into porting libdrc, a Linux library designed for interacting with a Wii U Gamepad (Project: memahaxx / libdrc Bitbucket , Docs:, to work with Windows with him in a co-op project. The only requirement would be that you have windows driver experience.

    He hasn't started yet and most everything he's done so far has been research related. He has put the project entirely on pause and said that he wasn't going to get back at it unless he could find someone to help.

    He has told me that instead of making a driver that works for libdrc, which would make it practically useless for anybody else, it might be best to add Windows support for hostap, so everyone using hostap will benefit from the work.

    Would any of you be willing to devote time and experience into this project? Any help is very much appreciated!

    If you have any questions, feel free to ask, I'll try my best to answer them to the best of my knowledge.

    Last edited by warspyking; 27 Jul 2016 at 17:00.
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