Not looking great for the home team. FP2's release notes include this under the "New features" section:
Originally Posted by UncleOp
- Standard C library supportAnd, indeed, the port was relatively simple of my legacy C application in to FP2. Not trivial, but not too bad.
The Standard C library support of the SDK provides access to standard POSIX and middleware C libraries
making it easier to port existing standard C applications to S60 3rd Edition.
At the moment, it looks like there are only 4 phones extant that support 3rd Ed. FP2. Bummer. Is there a sense of whether older phones - like the N95 - will get FP2 support in another firmware update? Some of the "features", like the standard C library support, seem to be good candidates for a maintenance release.
One last question: since there are four Nokia devices that support FP2, why does Carbide.c++ v1.3 ship with only with a TRK for FP1 and the initial 3rd edition release?