Tools for Debugging (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)


You can use a variety of tools included in Windows Embedded CE to debug and test a Windows Embedded CE–based device.

System Debugging Tools

Connects to the collection of Platform Builder system debugging tools, such as the kernel debugger, the command-line options available from Target Control, and Hardware-Assisted Debugging that enables you debug in situations when the kernel debugger is not available.

Core Connectivity

Introduces the infrastructure for kernel connectivity between a development workstation and a target device.

Device Emulator

Describes how to build and use the Device Emulator, which gives you a virtual hardware platform by emulating a target device.

Error Reporting

Describes the technologies that allow you to capture key information about the state of a device at the time of a program crash.

Debugging and Testing How-to Topics

Provides a collection of useful procedures for using the kernel debugger.

Windows Embedded CE Test Kit

Describes the Windows Embedded CE 6.0 Test Kit (CETK), which is a tool that you can use to test the functionality and performance of device drivers and related hardware on a Windows Embedded CE–based device.

Tools for Performance Tuning

Describes the collection of tools you can use for logging, profiling and tracking your system to improve system performance.

Remote Tools

Describes the collection of tools that help you perform a wide variety of diagnostic tasks on a target device from a desktop workstation.

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