Course Overview

This course explores the various elements that make up the Wind River Workbench user interface: menus, toolbar, views, and perspectives and how to customize them.

Course Results

After this course, participants will be able to do the following:

  • Describe the core user interface elements of Wind River Workbench.
  • Understand the use of perspectives.
  • Customize the arrangement of views.
  • Customize the toolbars and menus.

Level

Essential

Job Role

Any

Duration

30 minutes

Course Overview

The use of version control and configuration management is often a requirement for any project. This material is designed to show how Wind River® Workbench is able to support version control directly with the relevant plug-in. There is an option to use a built-in client or one of the many commercial or freeware offerings available. The use of version control is demonstrated by some examples.

Course Results

After this course, participants will be able to do the following:

  • Be aware of the different programs available to implement version control.
  • Enable the existing CVS client supplied with Workbench.
  • Add support for other version-control systems with a plug-in as a client.
  • Understand the capabilities of a simple version-control system such as SVN.

Level

Intermediate

Job Role

Programmer

Duration

45 minutes

Overview

This Quick Tip shows you how to launch a VxWorks host shell from the command line without using Workbench.

Level

Intermediate

Job Role

Developer

Duration

3 minutes

Overview

This Quick Tip shows you how to use the Workbench file history feature to compare current and old versions of the file or restore a file to a previous version without the use of source control.

Level

Intermediate

Job Role

Developer

Duration

7 minutes