Windows Embedded Compact 7 November 2011 Update Now Available

It includes all of the updates that have been issued during November

By on December 14th, 2011 15:09 GMT

Microsoft has been delivering a variety of updates for various products lately, and Windows Embedded Compact 7 was not left out of this either.

Today, the Redmond-based software giant has brought all of the updates released for Windows Embedded Compact 7 during the month of November into a single download, and made it available for all via its servers.

The file packs all of the fixes and enhancements that were delivered between November 1st and November 30th, 2011, all of which are meant to provide solutions for issues that might emerge with it comes to the building of specific platforms.

Moreover, the company notes that the new software will install any previous updates that might have not been downloaded and installed.

“This is a set of updates for Windows Embedded Compact 7 released during the period of November 1 - November 30, 2011,” Microsoft explains.

“These updates are fixes for problems you may run into during the development and maintenance of your custom platform. To qualify for consideration for an update, a problem needs to cause an excessive amount of work and not have a reasonable workaround.”

The changelog for the new release shows fixes for issues affecting the ability to build the devcore module, caused by a missing sid.h.

Moreover, the new update was meant to modify the M3U parser so that it would skip lines that reference themselves in the M3U file.

Another issue that is being resolved in this release is related to GetScanLine API, which “might not return correct code when the line is being drawn currently in vertical blanking interval.”

Various DEBUGCHK issues have been also resolved in this update. An issue with the NLS function that is not working properly with the DEFAULT_LOCALE flag = ja-JP locale has been resolved as well.

The release notes for the new Windows Embedded Compact 7 Monthly Update November 2011 can be accessed via Microsoft’s website.

Windows Embedded Compact 7 is available for download from Softpedia via this link.

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