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Build-A-Board Run-Time Target: Windows CE
Due to the nature of embedded and OEM Windows CE, Windows CE deployments are done either with the available pre-built run-times, or custom versions built directly for the customer (with some based on the customer's SDK as created specifically for the device). So it is often beneficial to discuss your particular needs with IMG.
Windows CE - SIP (Software Input Panel) and Free-Floating keyboard interfaces (ANSI 2.10)
The .CAB file is an installation file set that carries the system interface DLL, the Option dialog, and the Keyboards. The SIP interface DLL is installed in the Windows folder, and the other supporting files are in \Program Files\My-T-Soft SIP and \Program Files\My-T-Soft SIP\KEYBOARDS.
Windows CE - 32 bit (ARM, MIPS, x86, etc.) (ANSI 2.10)
This is the My-T-Soft executable that reads the KEYBOARD.KBF layout (or multiple file layouts), and displays the window to the user.
MYTSOFT may be passed a command line parameter to open a specific keyboard layout (????????.KBF file).
These are support & low-level interface files for MacroBat
The KBF file is the default display file for the My-T-Soft Board (from Build-A-Board). Any other KBF files are projects that have been built - With each successful build, a KEYBOARD.KBF and a ProjectName.KBF file are created in the Target folder.