Re: kitl support at bsp
- From: C.L <CL@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2008 20:42:01 -0700
If you have no kitl function, but you still want to use Monte Carlo profiler
tool, you can refer to
http://blogs.msdn.com/ce_base/archive/2006/01/23/516586.aspx. It introduces
you how to use Monte Carlo profiler tool with CELOG.
"Luca Calligaris" wrote:
If you're running Windows CE 5.0 or previous versions, take a look here:.
For Windows Embedded CE 6.0:
In the latest, KITL is implemented as a DLL while in previous version it's
linked to the kernel and OAL.
Check in %_WINCEROOT%\PLATFORM dir to see how KITL is implemented for a
KITL will typically use the same low level functions that are used by the
bootloader to interface with
the ethernet adapter (or whatever other HW you use)
Monte Carlo is a profiling tool while KITL is a transport layer on which you
can thye debugger, the remote tools
form platform builder, etc.
For generic info about KITL:
"daniel" <daniel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> ha scritto nel messaggio
I have a bsp which don't support kitl. so I need to add the function to
which guide should I follow to implement it?
and monte-carlo is same as kitl? The concept is confused at me.
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