Adding to an OS Design (Windows CE 5.0)
You can add to a Microsoft Windows CE–based OS design by doing one of the following:
- Insert a Catalog item from the Catalog
- Insert a project using the Insert command from the Project menu
- Use a project wizard to create a project
Files, such as those for audio and video, can be inserted into an OS design using the same approach as used for projects.
By default, when you create a project, or add a project, file, or Catalog item to an OS design, it is included in the final run-time image.
Also, the Catalog contains preexisting Windows CE Catalog items. You can extend the Catalog by creating and importing Catalog item (.cec) files into the IDE. Third-party functionality can also be imported into the Catalog using the Microsoft Installer database files generated by the Export Wizard.
Adding an Existing Project to an OS Design | Updating the Project.bib File | Adding an Item from the Catalog | Adding a Device Driver to an OS Design | Adding Catalog Items to an OS Design | Adding a Project to an OS Design | File Additions to an OS Design | Adding a Run-Time File to an OS Design | Creating a Project | Binary Image Builder File | Registry File | Dirs File | Sources File
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