WRK at MSR Faculty Summit 2008

Windows Research Kernel @ HPI

On Mondy, July 28, Andreas Polze and I were invited to give a talk on how we use the WRK and Phoenix, respectively, at HPI. As part of the presentation, I was able to introduce our new WRK project that incorporates Phoenix: The Phoenix Cross Referencing Tool (PXR).

You are probably familiar with Michael's Doxygen based hyper-linked source code repository of the WRK that is available to all academic institutions. In addition to that, we use Phoenix, a new Microsoft compiler construction framework, to enhance the features of Doxygen, as Phoenix provides rich analysis capabilities. Besides that, Andreas showed other projects of the OSM group that use Phoenix. The slides (and videos) should become available at the MSR site.


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