Wind River Glossary
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The color assigned to a particular process in the Debug view; this color carries over to breakpoints in the Editor and to other views that derive their context from the Debug view.
A color cube is an object that describes a broad spectrum of colors written to a CLUT.
Color Look Up Table (CLUT)
The color look up table is a table, usually in hardware, that translates a color represented by an index to the RGB components for that color.
Component Object Model. A software architecture developed by Microsoft that allows the components made by different software vendors to be combined into, and used by, a variety of applications.
The entire string of text a device an administrator enters at the CLI prompt to execute some function. A command can consist of multiple command nodes and parameters.
Command handlers link the commands entered on the command line to WindMark names and WindMark handlers.
A command tree is the organized hierarchy of commands that your CLI users can access. A command tree consists of three types of command nodes: root nodes, branch nodes (or intermediate nodes), and leaf nodes.
An argument passed to the invocation of a given tool. Arguments starting with "-X" usually affect the tool operation in itself (i.e. how and what it does). Arguments without "-X" usually control the data on which a tool operates and if additional output is required.