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|Projects at External Locations||Discusses how to use Wind River Workbench to manage projects and source files using your unique file system organization versus including them by default in the workspace|
|Recovering from Yesterday's Mistakes||Outlines the “history” functionality built into Workbench and methods for “undoing” modifications to your source build either in whole or individually if your new executable didn’t do what you expected|
|vxSim Networking||Shows you how to set up the VxWorks Simulator so that you can send Ethernet traffic between individual instances of the simulator or to other devices accessible via Ethernet using the wrTap host connection driver|
|Using wvEvent()||Covers the usage of the VxWorks wvEvent() function to programmatically capture useful information in System Viewer logs to analyze the behavior of your software|