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ThFabba
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Re: Read this if you've found software useful to ReactOS

Post by ThFabba »

The RawInput API lets you distinguish between different keyboards, so it would be possible to implement this functionality in Windows using that.

Patchworks
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Re: Read this if you've found software useful to ReactOS

Post by Patchworks »

Just found these interesting open source audio mixer projects that may help the ROS audio evolving.

As always collaboration with 3rd party devs (instead of "stealing" their code) would be great:
- http://crystal-mixer.sourceforge.net/
- https://github.com/Klocman/Automatic-Volume-Mixer
- https://github.com/thenfour/Volumizer

Reactmao
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Re: Read this if you've found software useful to ReactOS

Post by Reactmao »

wuypinfo wrote:
Mon Dec 30, 2019 4:22 pm
Reactos need a chinese input, unispim is a opensourece Chinese input method, but it can not run in reactos.
https://github.com/thunisoft/unispim
Got this solved over there? I got similar issues...
Last edited by Reactmao on Thu Sep 10, 2020 4:58 am, edited 3 times in total.

feldrim
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Re: Read this if you've found software useful to ReactOS

Post by feldrim »

I have shared a few links in Mattermost. But it's hard to find them among other things. I'd like to add them here with some additions:
  • https://github.com/microsoft/checkedc : A subset of C, such as Safe-C, by Microsoft. It is possible to use -if intended- via clang. ThFabba's clang experiments shown that it is not impossible. Yet, it can be called a new dialect or an entire new language, and that adds unnecessary complexity.
    Checked C is an extension to C that adds checking to detect or prevent common programming errors such as buffer overruns and out-of-bounds memory accesses.
  • https://github.com/HoShiMin/Avanguard : The Win32 Anti-Intrusion Library. The library itself may not be usable as is. But whatt does and how it does might be helpful. I haven't mentioned this before.
  • https://github.com/emeryberger/DieHard : I have mentioned this in the forum before. It is another memory allocator. This is not about speed of allocation, but about being error-resistant. It says:
    DieHard was the direct inspiration for the Fault-Tolerant Heap incorporated in Windows 7, though it goes far beyond it in terms of reliability.
Many of you probably know these already. I hope this does not count as spamming.

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