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    Re: Doubts in pkg file

    Does Private folder mean the "private" folder in C:\.Thanks for the clarification.
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    Re: Doubts in pkg file

    Hi kamalakshan,
    Can you give me more info abt where to create the files and folder then? Thanks.
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    Re: Doubts in pkg file

    @ All
    Thanks for the quick help.
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    Re: Doubts in pkg file

    Hi,
    Thanks for the reply. Also my application creates a new file in C:\AppOutput\ directory in the name Output.txt .So i must create a directory in C:\ as AppOutput .Should i specify it as

    ...
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    [moved] Doubts in pkg file

    Hi,
    I have created an application which reads data from files kept in $(EPOCROOT)Epoc32\winscw\c\AppData\Input.txt (which is the C:\AppData\Input.txt in emulator's perspective). Now i need to copy...
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    Re: Error when building Phone Release (GCCE)

    Hi,
    Thanks Symbian_Neil.
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    Re: Error when building Phone Release (GCCE)

    Hi,
    Thanks for the reply. Can i know the name of the installer file? Thanks.
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    Error when building Phone Release (GCCE)

    Hi,
    I get an error when building my application using GCCE (Phone Release). The error is

    ***missing separator.

    When i searched the forum i found that the PATH variable must be set to...
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    Re: Using Variadic functions

    TBuf<20> SecondString(_L("Second String"));
    WriteToFile(_L("First String"),&SecondString);
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    Re: Using Variadic functions

    Hi wizard_hu_

    Thanks for the reply. I searched in the Symbian Library for VA_XY but couldn't find anything. Where can i find more info abt it? This is what i did to read a descriptor. Please...
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    Using Variadic functions

    Hi,
    I need to create a variadic function. I went through the contents in the following link.http://www.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=154617 Can anyone provide more info about how to pass...
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    Re: KERN EXEC 3 PANIC

    Hi,
    Does any one know why i get the Panic after Exit() is called??
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    Doubt in CAknForm

    Hi,

    I use CAknForm in my application. I use Carbide.C++ for developing the application. The following comment appears after the OkToExitL() method.


    // The 'exit application on close'...
  14. Thread: KERN EXEC 3

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    KERN EXEC 3

    Hi,
    I have two Views in my application. Since the Views are CAknView derived I dont call the View's destructors from AppUi. So my AppUi destructor is empty. I have instance variables in the two...
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    Re: KERN EXEC 3 PANIC

    Hi,
    I have two Views in my application. Since the Views are CAknView derived I dont call the View's destructors from AppUi. So my AppUi destructor is empty. I have instance variables (like a...
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    Re: KERN EXEC 3 PANIC

    Thanks for the reply. But the problem is that the destructors of the AppUi and the View are never called after Exit() is called. I think the panic is raised as soon as the Exit() is called. Any other...
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    KERN EXEC 3 PANIC

    Hi all,
    I am developing a UI Application. I get KERN EXEC 3 Panic after the AppUi calls Exit() method. Why am i getting that panic and how do i find the cause of that panic. Thanks.
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    Re: Doubts in CAknForm

    Thanks. Is it possible to leave a line blank in CAknForm? Lets say i need to add two controls in the form. Is is possible to leave the first line blank and add the two controls in second and third...
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    Re: Doubts in CAknForm

    Hi chenziteng,
    My application has a CCoeControl derived Container and a CAknView derived ContainerView.



    By "view" do you mean the Container or the ContainerView. Thanks.
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    Re: Doubts in CAknForm

    Thanks wizard_hu_ . I do some memory deallocations in the View's Destructor. But the View's Destructor is not being called when i click the Exit Softkey. I set breakpoints in the View's destructor to...
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    Re: Doubts in CAknForm

    Thanks chenziteng. I just have another doubt. When will the View's destructor be called. Do we need to explicitly put
    delete iViewptr; in the AppUi.
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    Doubts in CAknForm

    Hi,
    I am using CAknForm in my Application. I create controls to be placed in the Form using CreateLineByTypeL() method. Should i use DeleteLine() method in the Form's destructor to delete the...
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    Re: Resource files in DLL

    Hi,
    I solved the problem mentioned in post #14. I was actually adding the .rsc resource file (using AddResourceFileL() method). So i was not getting the actual text i wanted. I added the .r01...
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    Re: Resource files in DLL

    Hi,
    The text to be displayed in the view's menu item, the view's title pane, etc are actually #defined in L01 files (I used language as UK English). I have specified the language to be used in the...
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    Re: Resource files in DLL

    Hi,
    I just followed what was said in the link you specified in #4. And i got the panic as Application closed : TestDynamicFormDll Eikon Dialog 3. I had only one control in the Form. I did not...
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