look in the SDK for AIF. You can build your app icons with aif builder. In the .mmp file you´ll find at the end AIF ... .aif etc.
Make shure the paths are ok. You can delete this line if you want then your app will get the standart ugly icons.
I get the same error too and it happens only with SDK 2.0. On 1.2 project compiles and makes perfectly.
But its not just localization - I get several warnings
1. \symbian_root\epoc32\include\techview - not found
2. export frozen ... counld not find \sybian_root\epoc32\build...\filename.exp
The MyProject_xip.AIF does not exist anywhere on my machine.
I get the same type of error if I try to build an example SDK project, e.g. the editor example gives:
abld -v final WINS UDEB
abld -c build WINS UDEB
Build cancelled due to errors
However, the project seems to build fine from the command prompt.
I think there might be something wrong with my SDK configuration. When I added the SDK 2.0 from Tools -> Symbian SDK configuration... -> Add..., there was no SDK template for S60 2.0, only Symbian Series 60 1.x (Microsoft version). So I chose Symbian UIQ v7.0 (Microsoft version) instead. Since S60 2.0 is also based on Symbian OS v7.0(s), I thought this was the best option, but maybe not...
Do you think the SDK (mis)configuration is causing these problems? Is there a BCBX SDK template for S60 2.0 anywhere?
I'm oso having the same problem as sieber.nokia. I have search through all the websites but still cannot find any solution. I'm wondering is it the SDK 2 cannot support personal edition. Any solutions to it please let me know. Thanks