libusb-win32 project is proud to release the latest 184.108.40.206 version.
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libUsb-win32 Change Log (compare to previous 0.1.12.2 release):
* Updated logging functions and standardized log message display format.
Updated inf-wizard to use the new directory format for the libusb-win32 binaries.
Updated package directories to reflect the winddk BUILDARCH environment variable.
(i64 := ia64, x64 := amd64)
Added request to get the current configuration in usb_open().
Fixed 2960644 (reported by farthen) crash on shutdown with x64 based systems while using inf files for each libusb device.
Added additional log message only included in debug/chk builds.
Updated default log levels to highest verbose level for debug builds.
Added test signing support to the libusb-win32 make.cmd. This allows libusb0.sys and libusb0.dll to be signed with a digital signature.
(see make.cmd for more details)
Added MSVC 2008 project files
Moved version defines to an include file (libusb_version.h)
This file is generated from libusb_version_h.in with "make.cmd makever"
Removed all "dist" commands from cygwin/mingw makefile. Instead use "make.cmd" in the "ddk_make" directory.
Fixed filter setup not running in 64bit mode
Fixed 64bit inf-wizard, testlibusb-win builds
Added set initial config value #1 when the driver is not a filter.
optionally, the initial configuration value can be specified in the inf
file: HKR,,"InitialConfigValue",0x00010001,<your config value>
Added support for querying device registry keys
Added support for querying device properties
Fixed possible race condition in kernel add_device()
Updated default ddk build version number to 220.127.116.11 to facilitate
Microsoft WHQL submission.
Added DDK build distribution system. Official libusb-win32 releases
(after 0.1.12.2) are built using Microsoft's WinDDK. (see make.cmd)
Fixed 2658937 (reported by Tim Roberts) that the libusb-win32 driver always acts as a power policy owner.