CUSTOMIZE THE CLONED BSP
In the previous section, you worked through the exercise to clone and create a new BSP. Although the cloned BSP, MyBSP, contains all the core components needed to develop an OS design and generate a run-time image for the intended target device, it does not include a device driver for the storage device and file system and does not provide an easy access to configure display and other system parameters.
In this section, you work through additional exercises to customize MyBSP and add the following components to make this BSP more developer-friendly:
First, you need to open the MyBSP’s catalog file, MyBSP.pbcxml, to make the changes. Following are two different methods to open the MyBSP BSP for editing within the VS2008 IDE:
1. From the Windows Explorer screen, navigate to the _PLATFORMROOT\MyBSP\Catalog folder, right-click the MyBSP.pbcxml file, select Open with, and click on Microsoft Visual ...