Silverlight for Windows Embedded Clock Sample

Windows Embedded Compact 7 developers can download, build, and run the Silverlight for Windows Embedded clock code sample that is based on Silverlight for Windows Embedded.By evaluating the sample code, you can learn how to write your own code for a Silverlight for Windows Embe

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  • wince6(R3) support silverlight ?
    1 Posts | Last post September 25, 2013
    • could silverlight be used in wince6(R3)? where is samples?
  • Error when building
    2 Posts | Last post March 14, 2013
    • Hi all,
      
      I follow the instruction. When I build subproject, I got error:
      [01:0000000082:PROGC ] Resource Compiling .\SWEClock.rc
      BUILD: [01:0000000088:ERRORE] Error(s) in directory "D:\WINCE700\OSDesigns\iMX53_QSB\SilverlightClock\SWEClock\".
      BUILD: [01:0000000089:ERRORE] D:\WINCE700\OSDesigns\iMX53_QSB\SilverlightClock\SWEClock\.\SWEClockGenerated.rc2(8) : error RC2135 : file not found: obj\x86\retail\xrpack\baml\App.baml
      BUILD: [01:0000000091:ERRORE] D:\WINCE700\OSDesigns\iMX53_QSB\SilverlightClock\SWEClock\.\SWEClockGenerated.rc2(9) : error RC2135 : file not found: obj\x86\retail\xrpack\baml\MainPage.baml
      
      Please let me know how I can fix it.
      
      Regards,
      DucNN
    • Hi DucNN,
      I am running into the same error. Could you kindly let me know if you found a solution to this?
      Thanks for your time.
  • Bug in Sample Code Hides Bug in XamlRuntime
    1 Posts | Last post November 19, 2012
    • In App::Initialize, the *local* variable m_bInitialized hides the member variable of the same name. The result is that XamlRuntimeUninitialize never gets called at the end of App:Run.
      
      If the bug is fixed, then XamlRuntimeUninitialize *does* get called but a CPU 'access violation' exception in the XamlRuntime results.
      
      Is there any way to shutdown a 'Silverlight for Windows Embedded' application that doesn't result in resource leaks or CPU exceptions?