BEST PRACTICE TO SAVE TIME AND MINIMIZE PROBLEMS
It’s a simple task to launch the command to build an OS design from the Platform Builder IDE; just select and click a command. However, this single-click has the following cost in terms of time:
It’s a good practice to check and validate updates to the OS design to ensure the required features are included and changes to the project are as intended and properly implemented before releasing the OS image to the next development step.
Understand the Build Process
A typical Compact 7 OS design project includes hundreds of modules with multiple configuration files; it’s not realistic to go through all files trying to debug and identify problems. With a good understanding about the build process and results generated by each build step, you are better equipped to identify build problems.
Table 11-3 lists some of the common problems related to building the OS design.
|The required file is not included in the final OS run-time ...|