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    Device Emulator: ARMV4I BSP for Windows CE 5.0

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    Download this unsupported sample ARMV4I-based emulator BSP to assist in developing applications for Windows CE 5.0 in conjunction with Visual Studio 2005.
    • Version:

      -

      File Name:

      DeviceEmulatorBSP.msi

      Date Published:

      2/28/2006

      File Size:

      1.1 MB

        This download provides an unsupported sample ARM Device Emulator BSP for Windows CE 5.0, allowing you to produce an SDK targeting the Device Emulator found in Visual Studio 2005. Included in this package are the necessary files and sample instructions for creating and configuring an SDK for application development, as well as sample instructions for using the created SDK within Visual Studio 2005. This BSP is intended as a sample to help allow users to create a solution for application development using Windows CE 5.0 in conjunction with Visual Studio 2005, and some additional configuration or customization may be required for specific workspaces.

        Important Note: This BSP is an unsupported sample.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows CE

        To use Windows CE Version 5.0 Sample ARM Device Emulator BSP, you need:
        • Windows CE 5.0 Platform Builder with ARMV4I support installed
        • Approximately 4 MB of disk space required to download, install, and operate
      • The download is contained in a compressed file and includes instructions for using the Device Emulator BSP. It will create a new DeviceEmulator directory containing the BSP files and documentation in the Platform directory of your existing Windows CE 5.0 root directory.

        To start the installation immediately, click Open or Run this program from its current location, or to copy the download to your computer for installation at a later time, click Save or Save this program to disk.

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