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    Re: c++ exceptions

    Ah, never mind my last post. I found that they work on the device, but not in emulator
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    c++ exceptions

    I understand that c++ exceptions are meant to work on symbian 0s9, but when I try to throw an exception I get a kernal panic in the emulator ("kern exec 3"). I tried enabling exceptions in the VS...
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    Re: Exception handling in STL using open C++

    I heard the new version of STLPort throws std::bad_alloc correctly (although I never tested)

    http://marcoplusplus.blogspot.com/2008/04/pre-release-of-stlport-515-for-symbian.html
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    Re: play multiple audio files simultaneously

    Yeah, I will only be using N95 or N81 (or phones in that class), so compatibility is not a problem.
    I would need to have 2 sound effects playing simultanously, without any problems.
    If it can't do...
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    play multiple audio files simultaneously

    Quicky question:
    Is it possible to play two audio files simultaneously on a N95, or N81?
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    measure heap usage of app

    Is there any way to how much heap memory is being used by my app?
    I use HAL::Get(HAL::EMemoryRAMFree, freeRam), but that measures total free memory of the phone
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    Re: Symbian silently killing apps

    I added
    CEikonEnv::Static()->SetBusy(true);
    and now it doesn't shutdown.
    Thanks for the info!
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    Symbian silently killing apps

    I've being doing some tests on the N95 and found that if you run an app that uses a lot of memory and then try to launch a second app, and it doesn't have enough memory, it will silently kill the...
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    [moved] what's with carbide 1.3.1?

    I tried installing carbide 1.3.1 from the update site, but afterwards my project wouldn't compile, so I downgraded again.
    I notice that the official download is still 1.3, not 1.3.1, so maybe this...
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    Re: Memory management in stlport

    I am using stlport from c++ plugin (I already said that earlier)... and that's where the problem is.
    If you want to fix the problem you have to use the new version from Marcos site.
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    Re: Memory management in stlport

    Marco. He has the new version posted on his blog: http://marcoplusplus.blogspot.com/2008/04/pre-release-of-stlport-515-for-symbian.html
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    Re: Memory management in stlport

    I talked to the developer, he said that the new version, STLport 5.1.5 fixes this problem
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    Re: stl in variables window

    View memory doesn't work. I get error "add memory monitor failed"
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    Re: stl in variables window

    :(
    that is bad.
    What about strings? They don't seem to be displayed properly either. For instance, char sz[] is displayed as an array of characters and char* sz - only first character can be viewed
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    stl in variables window

    Is there any way to make carbide c++ to display meaningful information for stl classes in the variables window?
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    Re: Memory management in stlport

    What the emulator does isn't so important. I'm talking about the application crashing on the physical phone... ok, you can call it a "panic" if you want, but it still means that memory and resources...
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    Re: Memory management in stlport

    I did some more tests. If I try to assign less memory the exception does indeed get thrown on emulator, however on the phone it still crashes the app
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    Re: Memory management in stlport

    Yes, this is stlport from open c++ plugin.
    Now I tried it on the phone and it has same problem. The bad_alloc exception is never thrown and the app just crashes.
    I have no nested exceptions....
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    Re: [moved] can't install plugins in carbide

    Nevermind. I just reinstalled carbide again and it works now.
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    [moved] can't install plugins in carbide

    I am having trouble installing plugins in carbide c++ 1.3. If I try to install any plugin at all it gives the following error:
    requires plug-in "org.eclipse.jdt"
    Any ideas what the problem is?
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    Can't use relative paths in pkg file

    When I build the release build for a project I have to specify the full route of the exe otherwise it can't find the file.
    i.e. I must have this line in my pkg file:
    ...
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    Re: Why does RGA need so many capabilities?

    You are right the backbuffer example only needs SwEvent capability. Thanks for the answer.
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    Why does RGA need so many capabilities?

    Most of the RGA examples have capability statement as follows:
    CAPABILITY All -Tcb -Drm -AllFiles -CommDD -DiskAdmin

    which is same as asking for the all the "Signed Only" capabilities and...
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    Re: emulator debug behaviour

    That's what I do and the emulator shuts down on me when I close the app. I have carbide 1.3, which is the latest one (I think)
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    Memory management in stlport

    Is it safe to use stlport?
    Normal stl implementions would throw a bad_alloc exception, but stlport just seems to crash.
    For instance this code causes the emulator to crash:

    vector<int> list;...
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