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Compilers for Microprocessors

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Windows Mobile Not SupportedWindows Embedded CE Supported
8/27/2008

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.

Please consult the Visual Studio documentation, or try context-sensitive (F1) help.

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.

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