|()||Names in parenthesis refer to pull down menus, tabs or fields.|
|italic||Refers to files and paths|
|''||Command line commands|
|EXAMPLE_PRJ||Name of the example project|
|EXAMPLE_PATH||Path of the example project|
|APFW_CFG_TOOL_LOC||The path where the configuration tool will be installed|
|USER||Your user account|
|APFW_SHARE||Share where the framework will be located|
|EXAMPLE_SHARE||Share where the Linux example will be located|
|DOMAIN||Valid domain in your network|
|ACCOUNT||Valid user account in DOMAIN|
|WINDOWS_HOST||Computer name of the Windows system|
The windows tutorial provides two windows specific examples. You may compile and execute the build in examples or let you guide to create a simple example with code you may later on modify. This simple project is a valuable base line to create your own project later on. More details are in Windows Demo.
In this section we show how to create an eCos specific project and all the necessary parameterization work. To complete the build you are required to provide a linkable eCos library. Further details are provided in eCos Demo.
The tutorial guides beginner user thought the whole process from installing the software, over editing the source code to running the application. The major issue is to understand what has to be done on the Windows host and what on the Linux host. Read the Linux Demo for more.
See the cookbook slides for how to create a task, using messages, etc.