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  1. Re: QML + QtMobility: proper way to access sensor API [SOLVED]

    Thanks for your help!

    You're right on the unneeded signal wrapper. Your first code snippet works great, except for the variable types in the rotationChanged function, which aren't needed (they...
  2. Re: QML + QtMobility: proper way to access sensor API

    I used this to get rotation data (in angles, but not for orientation in the form of portrait, landscape, etc)


    Item {
    id: sensor
    signal rotationChanged (real xr, real yr, real zr)
    ...
  3. QML + QtMobility: proper way to access sensor API

    I don't know if this post belongs here, as it's about both QML and QMobility.

    I successfully accessed rotation and accelerometer data with QML, but I'm currently struggling with AmbientLightSensor...
  4. Re: Control the orientation with "runtime.orientation"

    Thanks, but that doesn't work for standalone apps, only for apps executed within qmlviewer (there's no executable in that example, only qml).
    Also, that example isn't in my SDK, dunno why.:confused:...
  5. Re: Control the orientation with "runtime.orientation"

    For some reason, the Qt Simulator wasn't detected by QtCreator. I had to add it manually specifying the Simulator's qmake binary in Tools -> Qt4 -> Qt Versions.
    So the "can be tested easily on the...
  6. Control the orientation with "runtime.orientation"

    I'm using QtSDK 1.1 beta on 64bit Linux, and I'm trying to deploy to s60v5 (5800XM).

    I created a QML app using the QtCreator app wizard. It created some C++ code that it's supposed to control...
  7. Thread: Sad day

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    Re: Sad day

    Agreed.
    I had some experience programming Qt for the desktop and was looking to learn Qt for Symbian, but Nokia didn't bother to include it in the firmware upgrades (like Java), so meanwhile I was...
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    Re: Don't ditch Qt.

    Bye bye Qt. Bye bye Nokia.
    I call this a "black friday".
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    Re: Nokia + Microsoft

    Are you joking right?
    This is suicide for the company.

    I'm chose Nokia for their commitment to open-source. Just started to learn Symbian C++.
    I'm used to programming in Qt too, but was just...
  10. Re: Developing in Symbian C++ with Linux, is it possible?

    But it says "Using this package, you can build applications for S60 1st, 2nd and 3rd ed, and UIQ 3, on Linux and OS X."
    I want to develop for a 5th ed touch phone. I'm confused as that website...
  11. Developing in Symbian C++ with Linux, is it possible?

    I want to develop for my s60v5 (5800XM) in a native way (i.e. not Qt, not Java, not Flash, only Symbian C++) within Linux if possible.
    Ideally also no emulation (i.e. Wine, virtualization software),...
  12. Re: SmartInstaller: "installer error" after "verifying components"

    There are no sis files in the SDK for Linux (I don't know why).
  13. Re: SmartInstaller: "installer error" after "verifying components"

    Oh, that's a pity. I hope someday it could be possible though.

    Anyway, I installed Qt finally by going with the phone to http://qt.nokia.com/phonedemos and downloading qt-demos.sis.
    My app still...
  14. SmartInstaller: "installer error" after "verifying components"

    Hi.
    I'm trying to develop for the 5800XM device in Linux, so I downloaded and installed Nokia Qt SDK, and configured the Remote Compiler.
    It generates a sis file, so it seems to work.

    My app...
  15. Is there any way to debug and deploy Symbian app in Linux Nokia Qt SDK

    Hi.
    I'm trying to develop for the 5800XM device in Linux, so I downloaded and installed Nokia Qt SDK, and configured the Remote Compiler.
    It generates a sis file, so it seems to work.

    The first...
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