Windows Embedded Studio for Windows XP Embedded
Windows® Embedded Studio for Windows XP Embedded provides development tools that enable you to create, select, and manipulate the components you want in your run-time image, build the image, and deploy it to your embedded device. The following diagram shows how each of these tools fits into the development process. Click on one of the tools to link to the relevant section of the Help.
The development tools are:
Windows® XP Embedded Target Designer
Use this tool to create, customize, and build a bootable run–time image. For general information about Windows XP Embedded Target Designer, see Target Designer Guide.
Windows® XP Embedded Component Database Manager
Use this tool to manage the component database and repositories, as well as import custom component information into the database. For general information about Component Database Manager, see Component Database Manager Guide.
Windows® XP Embedded Component Designer
Use this tool to create a custom component, which you can add to the component database and modify as needed. For general information about Component Designer, see Component Designer Guide.
Windows® XP Embedded Command-Line Tool
Use this tool to create and open runtime configurations, add, modify and remove component instances, resolve dependencies, build runtimes, and import components into your database. For general information about the Command-Line Tool, see Command-Line Tool Guide.
The Component Help Reference provides a reference for component files, dependencies, and settings.
If you are new to Windows® XP Embedded, read Getting Started in Windows XP Embedded Help for an overview of the tools, as well as tutorials about building and deploying a run-time image and creating a custom component.
Product Updates and About Windows XP Embedded in Windows XP Embedded Help
Last updated on Wednesday, October 18, 2006
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