Driver Platform

Using application reflection to drive synchronization and automation

The Driver Platform (DP) is a Windows specific service which can inspect and control most Windows based applications. It is used to allow non-CCOW compliant applications to take part in a context synchronization session, to automate workflows in applications and to display annotations. It has the ability to function as a standalone Context Manager as well, and can also be configured to use the centralized manager.

Changelog

1.3.0 — May 29, 2017

This release introduces an internal patient synchronisation scheme for the RoS application.

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1.2.2 — May 15, 2017

This is a maintenance release with a few fixes - mainly for the RoS builtin driver.

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1.2.1 — May 8, 2017

This is a maintenance release with a few fixes - mainly for the RoS builtin driver.

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1.2.0 — Apr 10, 2017

In this release the focus has been on improving the inter-app synchronization mechanism including the addition of a dialog for when synchronization fails. Furthermore, the drivers for RoS and Cosmic has gotten some love and are now more stable and cooperate better.

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1.1.0 — Mar 28, 2017

This version adds the mini UI and introduces the full-auto controller which automatically catches compatible application instances and attaches them to an available session.

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