Debugging and Diagnostics (Compact 2013)
Windows Embedded Compact 2013 provides tools for testing and debugging a Windows Embedded Compact powered device. Most tools for debugging and testing reside on your computer, so you must first connect your computer to the device.
In This Section
Describes the CeDebugX extension to the Platform Builder debugger, which presents detailed information about the state of the system at break time and attempts to diagnose crashes, hangs, and deadlocks.
- Core Connectivity Reference
Describes the basic components required for connectivity between a desktop and a Windows Embedded Compact powered device.
- Debugger Extension Functions
Describes the functions exposed by the WDbgExts_CE.h header file that you can use in debugger extension commands.
- Error Reporting
Describes a set of technologies that captures key information about the state of the machine at the time of a program crash and allows users to report the collected information to OEMs and Microsoft.
- Target Control Debugging
Describes commands that you can use to transfer files to a target device and to debug applications and to load and manage debugger DLLs.
- Kernel Profiler
Describes how to enable the kernel profiler, which provides information regarding the performance of your device.
- Remote Tools Server COM API Reference
Describes a COM-based API that is an abstraction layer over the Core Connectivity Native API that is used by the Remote Tools Framework.
- Attach to the Application Debugger
Describes how to attach to the application debugger for both managed and native applications.
- Debug Applications Using a Device Without KITL
Describes how to attach to a device without KITL to debug applications.