Additional SDKs (Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC, Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone) will add platforms to the Installed SDKs list in the Win32 Smart Device Project Wizard. Each installed SDK enables Visual Studio 2005 to target CPUs supported by that platform. For the Windows Mobile 5.0 SDKs, support for the ARMV4I instruction set is enabled.For developers wishing to write applications for Windows CE 5.0 supported CPUs, the Windows CE 5.0 Standard SDK will need to be installed. The Windows CE 5.0 SDK provides support for targeting the following instruction sets:
Once the Windows CE 5.0 Standard SDK has been installed, the Win32 Smart Device Project Wizard contains a new entry called STANDARDSDK_500. Selecting this entry enables targeting the processors listed above.Once your project has been created you can build your application for the desired CPU instruction set by setting the project's properties.
The above steps are handy when your application targets one specific CPU. If you are targeting multiple CPUs, you can use Visual Studio 2005's Batch Build feature.
You can also remove all previously built binaries for a given Project + Platform + Configuration (ex: the Debug build of MyApplication for the SH4 CPU) combination by following the above steps and using the Clean button.Enjoy!-- DKDisclaimer(s):This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.