[python-win32] Help on using win32api.SendMessage to send
nanotube at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 21:34:13 CEST 2005
> I don't know the answer to this. Games tend to be straight-to-the-metal
> applications: they don't truck with a lot of filtering and intermediate
> DLLs. You might be able to use the debug APIs to watch for the loading
> of the DirectInput DLL and insert some manual hooks, but that's a pretty
> high level of guruness. Google for "api dll injection".
wow, that opened up a wealth of info. thanks. although i hope to
skate by without using it... ;)
> There are some HID filter drivers in the DDK supplied by Microsoft. As
> a general rule, it is rare to find a publicly-available third-party
> kernel driver. There are several reasons for that. Most drivers are
> written for a specific device, and are not useful in the general case.
> Device-specific drivers often include information that the manufacturer
> considers to be proprietary. The support burden for a kernel driver is
> much greater than a user-mode app. And, the investment in creating and
> debugging a driver is so high, that most manufacturers don't want to
> help the competition by providing the labor for free.
interesting... thanks for the info.
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