- Now called CEComponentWiz
- Instead of CEContentWiz
- Still creates a subproject that includes content in the OS.
- Seamlessly works with CE 7 AND Compact 7
- Has localisation of folder names
- Many more folders to place file shortcuts
- Save workspace now saves all information about Component. It can be reload and regenerated.
- Can publish directly to the Catalog
Thanks, David. I just tried it again, including with a complete new OS project from scratch, on 6.0 R3. I always have to copy the contents of the .bib and .dat files from the subproject to the platform's files. If I don't, the files get included into the release directory but not into the OS image. Not a big deal, and I've always had that with this tool (since the early versions). Maybe something is screwed up in both of my installs of VS2005. Not a big deal anyway.
I checked this out last weekend:Using Compact 7 (The "first" RTM).All I had to do was include the driver in my built image and the buld process took care of the rest. I DID NOT NEED TO COPY ANY PARAMETER FILES TO THE PROJECT PARAMETER FILES.
I'll have a look at this "genericallY" in that it shoudl work as you expected.. and has in the past. There ar ea couple of steps that I'll document.
Good Lord - I just meant to thank you! No need to look at it - it's no big deal. It's easy to copy over the bib entries.If you do want to look at it, the project is simple. It's just a hellow world managed app executable that I'm trying to include in this case, with Windows CE 6.0 R3. PC in Windiows 7 with VS 2005 running with admin priveleges. I'dbe happy to send the project files to you if it would help, though you won't have the BSP I'm using (you can freely download it though, and I can give you the link).
I have a look at this again over the weekend if that time scale is OK with you?
Always have to. I've no idea why. Nothing special, just copy the entries from the subproject .bib to the main bib, and it works. Just tested it again in case I lost my mind. If I don't add them to the main image bib then they do not appear in the image.
If you set the project to build and be included in theimage then you should not need to do that. If its include in the image then its parameter files are used.
I really appreciate this tool. One question, though .. I always have to manually add an entry for the files to the main project.bib (CE 6.0 R3). Am I missing something?