Compilers for Microprocessors (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
Windows Embedded CE includes support for a variety of microprocessor families, and provides a number of development tools that include compilers, assemblers, and intrinsic functions.
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In This Section
- What's New in Supported Compilers
Provides an overview of the changes in Windows Embedded CE compilers.
- Differences Between Desktop and Device Compilers
Provides information about the differences between compilers that target devices and compilers that target desktops.
- Security Best Practices for C++
Contains information about recommended security tools and practices.
- ARM Family Processors
Provides information about ARM technology compiler options, intrinsic functions, and call specifications.
- Renesas Family Processors
Provides information about Renesas technology compiler options, intrinsic functions, and call specifications.
- MIPS Family Processors
Provides information about MIPS technology compiler options, intrinsic functions, and call specifications.
- C/C++ Libraries for Windows Embedded CE
Provides detailed reference information about the C function library you can use for development.
- Error Messages
Provides listings and descriptions of compiler and compiler-related error messages that are unique to Windows Embedded CE.
- Platform Builder User's Guide
Discusses the integrated development environment (IDE) and development tools for designing, creating, building, testing, and debugging a Windows Embedded CE–based hardware platform.
- Bringing Up a Hardware Platform
Contains an overview about board support packages (BSPs) and links to topics that discuss the development process for each of the elements in a BSP.