I just have upgraded to Carbide.C++ 1.2. After having used 1.0 and 1.1 before. Now I wanted to import an existing projectwhich consists of a few subproject.. There is no way in 1.2 to import it by selecting the mmp files. There is one main bld.inf file that can be selected and imports the whole project. That seemed to work successfully but compilation failed.
The reason: No header file (.h) has been copied from the project folder to the SDK's include folder. Using the older versions of Carbide and using .mmp file import the header files are copied.
The bld.inf is located in <project's root>\group
and looks like:
Is this a bug in carbide.c++ ? I remember that we had the same problem with Carbide 1.1 and for this reason we chose to use the .mmp files although it was not as comfortable because we had to import every single subproject one by one.