Removing a Macro Component

Removing a Macro Component

A macro component is a mechanism for bundling components and including them in a configuration through the use of dependencies. The macro component itself does not contain the individual components, but contains dependencies upon them. The process of dependency checking pulls the individual components into the configuration.

Removing a macro component from a configuration before a dependency check is run prevents the components upon which it depends from being added to the configuration.

Removing a macro component from a configuration after a dependency check is run does not remove the individual components that it brought in. These components must be removed individually.

To remove a macro component or an individual component from a configuration

  1. In Target Designer, open your run-time image configuration.

    Under the Components node in the configuration editor, all of the components in the configuration are shown.

  2. Right-click the component to remove and select Delete.

See Also

Using Macro Components | Macro Components


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