Creating a Custom Ship Configuration (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0

To create a custom configuration with no debugging enabled for your OS design, you must copy a release configuration and modify it.

To create a custom configuration

  1. After you create an OS design, from the Build OS menu in the integrated development environment (IDE), select Configurations.
  2. In the Configurations dialog box, select an existing configuration and then choose Add.
  3. In the Add Platform Configuration dialog box, in the Configuration field, type Ship.
  4. In the Copy Settings from field, select the release configuration for your OS design, choose OK, and then choose Close to close the dialog box.
  5. From the Platform menu, select Settings.
  6. In the Platform Settings dialog box, in the Configuration field, select the configuration that you created and then select the Build Options tab.
  7. Clear the Enable KITL check box, which clears the Enable CE Target Control Support check box if it is also selected.

    This sets WINCEDEBUG=retail.

  8. Verify that the Enable Kernel Debugger check box is cleared.
  9. Select the Enable Ship Build check box.

    This sets WINCESHIP=1.

  10. Save your settings and close the dialog box by choosing OK.

You have created and configured a custom configuration for your OS design. You can now build your run-time image. For information, see Building a Run-Time Image.

See Also

Build Configurations | How to Decrease Run-Time Image Size on a CEPC

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