I/O kit refers to an object-oriented framework for developing device drivers on Mac OS X. The I/O Kit provides many features, from a set of object classes that model system software and streamline the task of writing device drivers, to a dynamic model for identifying, loading, and unloading drivers and other services in a running system.
Ref: 124196/2006-09-24

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Kits

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