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Intel® Boot Loader Development Kit v.2.0.1: Release NotesOverviewThe Intel® BLDK development application provides a single integrated environment, with tools and control environments for developing customized firmware boot loaders. It includes a Graphical User Interface (GUI) to build the boot loader firmware and to customize binary images.Using the development application you can perform the following tasks:•Create projects to customize and organize your firmware images for your specific target boards.•Enable, disable, and configure firmware features in a binary image without removing code from the image.•Utilize Boot Setting Files (BSF), to establish a known configuration as a derivative of the base image on new binary images.•Use the built-in source code editor with syntax highlighting for source-level changes of boot image when source code is available.•Initiate source-level builds of an image when source code is available by spawning a build process.Read the full Intel® Boot Loader Development Kit v.2.0.1 Release Notes.
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