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  1. Or you could try

    http://ideas.symbian.org
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    Re: Need some concepts of symbian threads

    There's some thread rendezvous example code in the Symbian^1 application developer's SDK. Documentation is here:...
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    Re: The most suitable programming language

    Perhaps skim through the hitch hiker's guide to the runtime space over here: http://developer.symbian.org/wiki/index.php/The_Hitch_Hikers_Guide_to_the_Runtime_Space too.

    It'll give you some pros...
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    Re: Where to start

    You may want to target Symbian Horizon instead, since that will get you access to Ovi plus other stores. More here: http://developer.symbian.org/main/horizon/faq/index.php
  5. Thread: Symbian SQL

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    Re: Symbian SQL

    An update from the package owner for Symbian SQL

    "Symbian SQL is included in S60 3rd Edition SDK for Symbian OS, Feature Pack 2 and later releases. It is part of the Symbian platform.

    There...
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    Re: Symbian SQL

    Done - I've updated my previous post to contain a link to the wiki page on developer.symbian.org
  7. Thread: Symbian SQL

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    Re: Symbian SQL

    Hi Lucian

    The link you posted is to the old Symbian (SDN) wiki. Which has actually just sprung to life (it's been down for a while). I'm impressed you ended up there, and thanks for the link. ...
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    Re: Symbian SQL

    This discussion is also taking place on the Symbian forum http://developer.symbian.org/forum/showthread.php?t=3388

    Ivan, who's our resident SQL guru, has placed a few pointers on that thread.
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    The official symbian China web site

    is here: http://www.symbian.org/cn/
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    Re: General development question

    Some information about developing .NET apps on Symbian devices (i.e. S60) can be found on the Symbian developer website: http://developer.symbian.org/wiki/index.php/.NET_Technical_Overview with links...
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    Try developer.symbian.org?

    You can find a quick start to Qt on Symbian here: http://developer.symbian.org/wiki/index.php/Qt_Quick_Start (and the right hand See Also pane also includes some other links you may find useful). ...
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    Re: sis file not getting installed need help

    Check out this post: http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/index.php?op=ViewArticle&blogId=34687&articleId=93

    Sounds like you're maybe installing to a data-caged location. Please post your .pkg file if you...
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    Re: Problem with camera on emulator

    Well, does your PC have a camera?

    Mine doesn't.

    You can't really expect to find that functionality on the emulator - it's one of those things you need to test on hardware (and it sounds like...
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    Re: From where I start symbian c++ ?

    And if you want to use C, there's a booklet about how to use the C libraries on S60 (and Symbian OS) called A Guide to P.I.P.S. - found here
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    Re: Problem with SetActive()

    It may be that we can also help more if you post your code (or use pseudo code).
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    Re: RBuf - Ownership???

    Some examples of RBuf creation (and assigning HBufC to RBuf) can be found here: http://descriptors.blogspot.com/2005/06/33-can-you-give-example-of-how-to-use.html
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    Re: coding conventions!!!!!!!!!!!!

    :)

    I hate the indentations too.

    For rule 44 - I'm not sure whether it's completely wrong. Sure, if you do

    1 delete iPointer.
    2 iPointer = CSomeClass:NewL();

    then yes, it's wrong because...
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    Re: coding conventions!!!!!!!!!!!!

    There's a guide to coding conventions on the Symbian Developer Network too. See http://developer.symbian.com/coding_standards_wikipage
  19. Thread: Symbian

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    Re: Symbian

    Going back to samcqc's original question - I don't know what platform you've worked on before, but if it's Linux, you may well find the articles here very useful:...
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    Re: Programming games for mobile devices

    I'm sure you've already found the extensive games page here: http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/market_segments/games/

    Might I also suggest the Symbian Press games book...
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    Re: C++ vs Java

    Just shows how lucky you are then! :D
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    Re: C++ vs Java

    And if not Google, then Symbian.com is the font of much knowledge:
    http://www.symbian.com/about/fastfacts/fastfacts.html
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    Re: C++ vs Java

    Hi Burim

    You may find this article helpful: http://developer.symbian.com/main/downloads/papers/Native_And_Java_ME_Dev_On_SymbianOS_%20v1.1.pdf

    It's also worth searching these boards since it's...
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    Re: Creating Folder in Private Path

    If you put

    TFileName filename = Application()->AppFullName();

    into an application and run it on the emulator, it returns a filename which includes the Z drive. On the emulator, executables are...
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    Re: Creating Folder in Private Path

    Yes, if that's what FullName() is returning on the emulator build. I typically use #ifdef __WINS__ to write separate code that hard codes the location to C: for emulator, and then code as you were...
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