To increase Hopper awareness and help prove how simple Hopper really is, I have developed a bare-bones sample that embodies the essence of Hopper. My main motivation for sharing this tool is to provide a simplified, Hopper-like tool for our general Windows CE customers and figured the HoppeRx readers might also be interested in Hopper “under the hood”.
To make the topic easier to understand and to enable a framework upon which you can customize, I abstracted many details that will be left to reader to complete. The code snippet will build and run as-is, but you will quickly see that more sophistication will be needed for a mature tool capable of increasing device stability.
There are several meta-level abstractions intentionally left in the code to provide clarity in what the tool is actually doing.
You might be asking: what possible good could come from having another Hopper-like tool during development? Isn’t one Hopper tool enough? The answer will depend on exactly what you are faced with – if you device is passing all your stabilization metrics then your answer is easy, but for the rest of us …
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