Building a Tux DLL with Platform Builder (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
A Tux DLL is a module that defines the characteristics of a test for the Windows Embedded CE 6.0 Test Kit (CETK). For information about functions, messages, and structures that you can include in a Tux DLL, see Tux Test Module Reference.
You can build a Tux DLL using Platform Builder. You can also build a Tux DLL from the command line. For information about building a Tux DLL from the command line, see Building a Tux DLL from the Command Line.
Building a Tux DLL with Platform Builder includes three steps: Preparing an operating system (OS) design for the Tux DLL, creating a project for the Tux DLL, and building the Tux DLL.
Once you have prepared an OS design, you can create a project for the Tux DLL. After creating the project, you can build a sample Tux DLL from that framework, or you can add your own code and then build the project to create a custom test for the CETK.
After you have built the Tux DLL, you can add the new test to the CETK. For information about adding your Tux DLL to the CETK, see Adding a Custom Test to the CETK.