Windows CE App Controls Motorola And NEC Processors

Jan. 1, 2001
A new version of the company's AMCTAP integration utility for Microsoft Windows CE Platform Builder 3.0 gives application developers working in the Windows CE development environment run-time control of Motorola 8xx and NEC MIPS processors. Other

A new version of the company's AMCTAP integration utility for Microsoft Windows CE Platform Builder 3.0 gives application developers working in the Windows CE development environment run-time control of Motorola 8xx and NEC MIPS processors. Other processors are expected to be supported in the near future. The AMCTAP is a hardware debugging application-programming interface (API) now included in the latest version of Windows CE Platform Builder. With this utility, any of the company's emulators, or any third party emulator that conforms to this API, will now work with any tool in Windows CE Platform Builder development environment.

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