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Here is the Project Settings dialog:
Platform: This is the platform selected for the project. In the image above, the EM500W platform is selected.
Customize: click to access the list of option available for your platform. These are "global defines" (for a preprocessor), which typically include options such as whether a display is present, display type, etc. For example, on the EM1000 platform you can enable/disable display support (lcd. object), flash disk support (fd. object), and keypad support (kp. object). Additionally, you get to choose the type of the display panel. Disabling objects when they are not in use reduces the size of your compiled application binary.
Transport: Use the transport selected by default and you will be fine.
Target address: This is the MAC address of your target. Click Select button next to this field to call up the Device Explorer.
Source Library set: Tibbo libraries come in sets. Each set has a version number. Once you choose the library set for your project, it will be used until you change it. Tibbo will keep releasing new library sets. With each new release we will check if backward compatibility has been lost due to new features. If backward compatibility is lost, we will publish the new library set under the new version number. Old library sets will still be distributed and your project will keep compiling without any errors. For new projects, always choose the current library set as defined in the Library Reference.
Build mode: selects the debug or release build mode for your project.
Output binary file name: It's set to your project_name.tpc by default. We recommend you keep it this way.