Building a Tux DLL from the Command Line (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)

1/6/2010

You can build a Tux DLL from the command line. You can also build a Tux DLL using Platform Builder. For more information, see Building a Tux DLL with Platform Builder.

  1. Create a new OS design using Platform Builder. For more information, see Building a Tux DLL with Platform Builder.

  2. From the Build menu of the Platform Builder window, choose Configuration Manager.

  3. In the Active solution configuration: list, select a Release configuration, and then choose Close.

  4. From the Build menu, choose Advanced Build Commands, and then choose Sysgen.

  5. Copy the files from the <drive>\Program Files\Microsoft Platform Builder\6.00\cepb\wcetk\tux\tuxskel directory to the directory for the project.

  6. From the Build menu, choose Open Release Directory in Build Window.

  7. In the console window, change directory to the directory for your project.

  8. Type build –c.

After you build the Tux DLL, you can add the test to the Windows Embedded CE 6.0 Test Kit (CETK). For information about adding the Tux DLL to the CETK, see Adding a Custom Test to the CETK.

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