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    Re: Qt App Compilation Problem

    Disabling the automatic switch to DST in Windows and manually setting the time zone to GMT+2 (my original time zone is GMT+1) solved the problem. Thanks for the tip Tiger54.
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    Re: Qt App Compilation Problem

    After switching to Daylight Savint Time, I also ran into this. Restarted the computer, deleted all generated build files then reopened the project with Qt Creator, still keeps reporting:
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  3. Homescreen widget without icon/shortcut in applications menu

    I have a widget that I want to use only as a homescreen widget (actually it is used as a homescreen component for a separate Qt application). The problem is that installing the widget always creates...
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    Re: Nokia Energy Profiler

    Any news on the accuracy tests? I'm using NEP for research and without a proper reference on the accuracy of the tool (especially in the low power region), anybody can question my measurement...
  5. Widget IPC - Communication between a WRT widget and a Symbian C++ application

    I would like to create a homescreen widget that displays the status of my application running in another process. Is there any method to either send messages from the Symbian C++ application to the...
  6. Re: Slider control in form for 3rd Edition devices

    I have the same problem. Any solution?
  7. Re: User 0 panic when creating new calendar entry (CCalEntry)

    Yep, that was the problem. Thank you for the advice.
  8. User 0 panic when creating new calendar entry (CCalEntry)

    This is the code. It panics on both emulator (S60 3rd MR) and device (Nokia N82) when CCalEntry::NewL is called.

    I am currently wondering whether the problem could be that at the time of creating...
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    Re: Creating new CCalEntry on OS 9.1

    This was just what I have been looking for. Thank you!
  10. RSendAs panics on cleanup (after sending email with attachment)

    I'm using RSendAs to send emails with file attachments. Everything works fine (the message is sent) until it comes to cleanup. If I try to close the RSendAsMessage (by calling...
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    Re: Open-C for Symbian 8.X

    I attended a conference in Denmark on the weekend and someone asked a Nokia Tech. Manager about this. He said that Open C was designed for Symbian 9.x (S60 3rd) from start. They had to make some hard...
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    Re: Open C and cleanup safety?

    Although this approach will definitely not work with glib for almost all of its deallocation functions take two parameters...



    guint8* g_byte_array_free (GByteArray *array, gboolean...
  13. Re: How to add source file which is out of project root

    If you're using Carbide, switch to the view which displays the content of the MMP file as it is and edit it manually.
    You can use both relative or direct SOURCEPATH entries in the MMP. The root is...
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    Re: Open C and cleanup safety?

    Do you think that we should start using this forum as a channel for exchanging our personal messages? (good luck on acquiring the poster of the month title :p) Anyway, I just wonder why these things...
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    Re: Help in CAknConfirmationNote

    You could have at least checked the SDK help, it usually has the needed include files listed with each documented type, but here it goes:



    #include <aknnotewrappers.h>
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    Open C and cleanup safety?

    Hello,

    I'm intermixing Symbian C++ and Open C code and have some concerns regarding using cleanup stack with Open C types. What is the official statement on using Open C types and cleanup stack?...
  17. Thread: GString leaks?

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    Re: GString leaks?

    Problem solved! :)

    It seems that Glib uses some kind of internal memory allocation mechanism which means that it doesn't necessarily frees up allocated memory after calling the deallocation...
  18. Thread: GString leaks?

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    GString leaks?

    Hi,

    I've never used GString, so it might be my fault, but the following code leaks on the emulator (I get the familiar ALLOC panic on exit):

    GString* gs = g_string_new("fubar");...
  19. Re: ERROR: EPOCROOT environment variable must be capitalised

    I've just encountered this problem while using Carbide C++ 1.2 (after I restarted my computer).

    Commenting the "die line" in e32env.pm has solved the problem for me:
    #die "EPOCROOT environment...
  20. Does Carbide C++ 1.2 Express support code browsing?

    Hi,

    I'm wondering why the "Open Type Hierarchy" function doesn't work for me in the Express edition. Are the code browsing features available only in Developer, Pro, etc. licenses?

    Br,
    Imre...
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    Re: hide/show application (open by keypress)

    You can use this code to hide (send to backround) your application:


    void CYourAppUi::SendToBackground()
    {
    TApaTask task(CEikonEnv::Static()->WsSession());...
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