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    Re: mixing AO, threads and sockets

    Hi wizard_hu_,



    yes unfortunately: they are part of the framework that I am porting, not really an issue if I can get rid of them.
    I had just to create a wrapper so that they are in effect...
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    Re: mixing AO, threads and sockets

    Thanks for your comment Starchaser.



    What I actually meant was having lots of threads with ONE AO.
    The horrific part comes from the fact that in my understanding AOs are meant to replace...
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    mixing AO, threads and sockets

    WARNING: you are going to see a “coding horror” – mixing AO & threads

    Hello guys,

    I am struggling with a design problem that involves AO, sockets and threads.
    I’m using S60 3rd MR.
    First of...
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    Re: REcmt APIs & Carbide PRO

    Well, this is the answer I got from FNPro. Possibly not directly the IDE, but the TRK doesn't support it...
    However IMHO it would be really cool to see these messages in a Carbide Console rather...
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    Re: REcmt APIs & Carbide PRO

    Too bad: these APIs are not supported yet in Carbide...

    Mik
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    REcmt APIs & Carbide PRO

    Hello,

    does Carbide PRO support the REcmt APIs for Remote Logging in Diagnostics Windows?
    I am using S60 3rd MR; Carbide PRO; Nokia N80.
    I am debugging via USB cable using App TRK 2.6.
    When...
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    Weird behaviour after firmware upgrade

    Hi guys,
    I have an N80, which was sold SIM-free, with a firmware 3.something.
    Now I’ve updated to 4.something (26/7/2006).
    The problem was that in order to make the upgrade, it is necessary to...
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    Re: Carbide: linker error. Too many files?

    Problem solved:
    I've moved to ARM compiler and everything compile & links nicely.

    Mik
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    Re: Carbide.C++ pro problems

    Problem solved:
    I've moved to ARM compiler and everything compile & links nicely.

    Mik
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    Re: Carbide.C++ pro problems

    Thanks for the hint.
    Unfortunately neither rebuilding from scratch a new project in Carbide Pro helped.
    As soon as I add the total number of files I need I get 'undefined reference to' errors....
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    Re: Carbide.C++ pro problems

    Thanks for the hint.
    I am not using that library, but I will play by cutting other libraries and recompile it.
    To me it looks that all the libraries I am using are quite standard/common ones....
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    linker/compiler customization

    Guys,

    is there any way to customize the linker and the compiler settings used by Carbide?
    I'm fighting with this problem:
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=91627
    which is...
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    Re: Carbide.C++ pro problems

    Hi,

    did you manage to solve the problem?
    I am still strugling with mine, which I believe it is related.
    (http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=91627)
    If you succeed please...
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    Re: Carbide: linker error. Too many files?

    Hi,

    from the command line I get errors that Carbide wouldn’t catch/complain about.
    Like:
    Trace.h:97: badly punctuated parameter list in `#define'

    which is:
    #define NEW_TRACE( uComponent,...
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    Carbide: linker error. Too many files?

    Hello guys,

    I am compiling with Carbide a project which has about 400 files between headers and source.
    When I’ve included all the files, they would compile but not link:
    Error: command line is...
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    Re: static handle scope: thread or Process?

    You are much more wizard than what you nick says :)

    Thanks a lot, it helped just adding - after having called iSocketServer.Connect(); - the following:

    TInt error = iSocketServer.ShareAuto();...
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    static handle scope: thread or Process?

    Hi guys,

    I’m struggling with the following problem (Symbian 9.1, S60 30 MR, N80).

    I have to create few C APIs to perform operations in a Bluetooth socket.
    These APIs will be called in two...
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    Specification of N80 port

    Hello guys,

    I’m not sure this is the right forum for this issue – forgive me.

    Does anyone know if it is possible to find the specification on N80 port used by cable CA-53 ?
    Are they available...
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    Re: Killing an RThread

    Hi,

    my thread is simply writing into a file in a loop: it doesn’t have a semaphore, neither an AO.

    The fact is that I have to provide thread facilities to allow a porting of an existing C...
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    Re: Killing an RThread

    Thanks for the link,

    but that problem is for Processes, not for Threads as I have.

    Again the PowerMgmt capability looks to grant access to Process-killing, not Threads: indeed nothing is...
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    Killing an RThread

    Hello guys,

    I am using Symbian 9.1, with SDK S60 3rd_MR and a Nokia N80.
    I have a problem with RThread.
    I could create a function which:
    1. creates a thread (using default...
  22. Re: CBluetoothSocket: Design problem with User::After

    Hi mike_brock,
    thanks for your thoughts.

    About the firmware: glad to know that it will fix the problem, even though I have to wait other 2-4 weeks here in UK to get it.

    About my code: I may be...
  23. Bug in BT on N80 ?

    Oh no!

    is then BT buggy in N80?

    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=86032

    That maybe the reason by which HandleReceiveCompleteL() is not called when it should....
    ...
  24. Re: CBluetoothSocket: Design problem with User::After

    Unfortunately HanldeReceiveCompleteL() is not called untill the loop is ended:

    for (int i=0; i<500; i++)
    {
    recvTBuf.FillZ(MAXMSGSIZE);
    aBTClient->ReadMessages(recvTBuf);
    /* inside...
  25. Re: CBluetoothSocket: Design problem with User::After

    Hi, thaks for replying,



    I really agree, let's why I was seeking for other solutions.
    Beside, who tells me that I'm not loosing data during this wait?



    Forgive me, how do you mean to...
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