Thanks, I'll give that a spin
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Thanks, I'll give that a spin
We have a signed S60 FP2 application - will it install on S^3 devices (a N8 in this case)
I can see its going to take a bit of tweaking to get it working with QtCreator 2.x/Qt 4.6.3 - perhaps if I just include the extension source direct into the project rather than try to rebuild the...
Thanks, much appreciated.
Is there a set of Qt classes for subscribing to call events (ingoing and outgoing) and acquiring call information in Qt? ideally for QtMobility but I'd settle for a QtSymbian subset.
Problem solved mostly.
Mainly it was because I assumed to much of the symbian emulator - I presumed it would actually emulate the soft key behavour of an actual device, but it doesn't, the menus...
Nothing to do with mobility? its a mobility project! being tested in the mobility emulators and a real symbian (N95) device. I'm well aware of how menus are added/managed in Qt. The problem is the...
1 - How is my title not meaningful?! Its states exactly what I want to know!
2 - Did you actually read my message? The code snippet I posted does exactly what the one you linked to does....
I have generated a std Mobility Project with a QMainWindow base. Have added code for the menu's
However clicking the option (left) button in an any of the emulators (Maemo, Symbian...
I'm working with trunk - still missing there.
Yah, I'm seeing this as well. Huge problem for us.
Interesting thread, I apreciate all the comments and testing people have done. Obviously I am going to have to revisit my own code.
And seems to be resolved - I reverted to scons 1.0 (was using 1.3) and the build has been successfull.
I'm trying to build the community edition as per Mikko's Blog Entry
I get partway through the build and then run into this error:
scons: Building targets ...
Oh! Should have read the link first, sorry for that. Very interesting, looks to be aimed exactly at my problem, but definitely to be tried when I've had a decent nights sleep ...
Thanks - Lindsay
? The whole point of getting my app signed is getting access to restricted capabilities. This is a business app, Requiring users to install python, then my app, and answering a bunch of security...
I have a python app I want to express sign. Unfortunately express signing seems to require things only available with C++ apps, e.g from the web site
Zip your application SIS file together with...
There's a simpler way:
localtime = time.time()
localtime -= time.altzone
localtime -= time.timezone
Thanks Anand, I think we should be ok. I actually unbundled the python interpreter with sisinfo and merged it into my ap, so its all signed under our UID.
I have my app bundled up in a SISX with the python interpreter and OpenSigned using my developer certificate - all works fine.
Would there be any issues I should be aware of when submitting it for...
Thank you very much Chintan, most useful.
Say my app is sitting in a modal dialog such as:
rc = selection_list([unicode("One"), unicode("Two")])
I'd like to be able to cancel that dialog in response to a timer event or a callback...
Doh! That was it, thanks bogdan
Thanks for all the replies everyone!
Its a N95, I signed the shell using ensymble and a developer key. I use the following batch file to sign it:
python ensymble.py signsis...
Direct from the shell