SDK Wizard Overview (Windows CE 5.0)
The SDK Wizard guides you through the process of creating, configuring, and customizing a software development kit (SDK) based on your OS design. After you build the SDK, you can export it for distribution to other developers who want to develop applications based on the run-time image built from your OS design.
An SDK consists of a Microsoft Windows Installer (.msi) file that contains a set of headers, libraries, connectivity files, run-time files, OS design extensions, and Help documentation.
When you create an SDK, the wizard automatically creates and includes an HTML Help file containing documentation showing which APIs are supported by your specific OS design. You can supplement this by adding custom documentation to your SDK in the form of an HTML Help (.chm) file.
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