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  •  17 Sep 2002 16:42
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    Release Notes: Support for 64-bit data transfer on x86 platforms running 32-bit operating systems was was added to Jungo, as well as an API for the PLX Technology, Inc. PCI 9656 64-bit I/O Accelerator chip. Driver distribution with WinDriver was made easier.

    •  21 Aug 2002 08:25
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      Release Notes: Added 64-bit data transfers on x86 machines, which utilizes new 64-bit busses on existing 32-bit Linux operating systems and achieves the maximum performance for drivers. Support was enhanced for PLX Technology's new PCI 9656 I/O Accelerator chip.

      •  08 Aug 2002 15:03
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        Release Notes: 64-bit data transfer on x86 machines was added. This feature allows new 64-bit buses to be used on existing 32-bit Linux operating systems for improved performance. Enhanced support for PLX Technology's new product line, the PCI 9656 I/O Accelerator chip, was added. Code generation for user drivers now generates documentation for both the header and body of the functions. Dual processor and SMP support were added on Linux. Scatter/gather DMA support on Linux 2.4 was added.

        •  13 May 2002 15:21
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          Release Notes: A customized API is now included for PLX 9056, PLX's newest 66MHz I/O accelerator device. In addition, this version also includes enhancements and bugfixes for PCI driver development under Windows, Linux, Solaris, and VxWorks.

          •  05 Mar 2002 10:43
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            Release Notes: WinDriver Hardware Debugger now sends debug messages to the operating system's kernel debugger. WinDriver User's Guide now includes improved function references. The operation of the function WD_DMALock() for contiguous DMA under Linux was fixed. Modified user makefiles for compilation under RedHat Linux 7.0 and above were added.

            •  03 Jul 2001 12:46
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              Release Notes: This release includes a warning when overlapping resources, updated details for descriptions in the PCI vendor ID and device ID list, close buttons on all read/write dialog boxes, a fix for the invalid license problem when entering license strings that are over 60 bytes, allowing of read/write operations according to what is defined for the resource, the missing filter in wddebug messages that checks debug levels and sections, a compilation fix for Delphi generated code for xxx_RegisterWinDriver(), and several other code and documentation fixes.

              •  15 May 2001 14:46
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                Release Notes: A new remote pci_dump (rpci_dump) sample was added. The Web versions are full-featured, but include fewer documentation formats. The KernelDriver Web version also does not include the source code for the provided classes and the compiled debug library. A remote driver development procedure was added to the manuals. The section on Scatter Gather DMA for buffers larger than 1MB in the manual was improved. Several minor enhancements and bugfixes were made to DriverWizard.

                •  16 Apr 2001 13:31
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                  Release Notes: A Graphical User Interface (GUI) was added to WinDriver for Linux. A Remote Access feature was incorporated into DriverWizard. Remote Target is currently supported on Windows NT/2000, Linux, and Solaris. Remote Host supported on NT/2000/9x/ME/CE, VxWorks, Solaris, and Linux. The evaluation timeout per session on Linux/Solaris/VxWorks/WinCE was expanded to 30 minutes. The electronic documentation (PDF) now has thumbnails, bookmarks, and cross-referenced hyperlinks in the references sections. DriverWizard now includes several fixes in files saving process and in reading from the registry.

                  •  04 Dec 2000 16:37
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                    •  24 May 2000 16:46
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                      Release Notes: This release includes major improvements in the support of USB devices, and other improvements in the support of Linux and Solaris. The WinDriver line of products also now includes "Remote WinDriver", which enables you to develop and control device drivers from remote locations.

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