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    Re: Descriptors and the stack size

    The stack size is by default 8Kbs, so a 256 character heap descriptor taking up a little more than 512 bytes of stack space is using more than 6% of the available stack. It doesn't take too many...
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    Re: How to catch exception from thread?

    Well, RThread::Logon will tell you when the thread has died, and then RThread::ExitReason and RThread::ExitCategory will tell you why it died.

    However, it's much better to simply write code that...
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    Re: How to simulate TRequestStatus

    Yes, that's exactly what active objects are for. Please go read about them. There's a useful resource on the wiki:

    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.php/Active_Objects
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    Re: SettingItemList=>Password Problem

    Yes, that appears to be normal. You can see the same behaviour on (e.g.) the keystore PIN dialog, or the key field in the WLAN settings.

    Thinking of it from a security point of view, knowing the...
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    Re: SettingItemList=>Password Problem

    I believe this is a security measure, in that showing the number of characters in the pass phrase itself leaks information about the pass phrase. This behaviour can be seen in other PIN dialogs in...
  6. Re: Problem in symbisn signed testing on MEM-02 test

    What is your app doing when storage is low? Is is trying to write something to the file system and failing? If so, you need to catch that error condition and do something about it. That something can...
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    Re: How to simulate TRequestStatus

    Erm, just don't use User::WaitForRequest?

    This is what active objects are for. You write an active object, implement DoCancel() and if you determine you've waited long enough without a response,...
  8. Re: Accessing localhost web server using emulator

    Yeah, I'd use wintap if I were you.
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    Re: Open C and cleanup safety?

    If you want to do this, generally you'll write helper functions like the built in CleanupClosePushL/CleanupResetPushL that push the pointer to the object and the cleanup method on to the stack for...
  10. Re: Why LoadPhysicalDevice, LoadLogicalDevice and StartC32 are required?

    They aren't, except in very, very old releases.
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    Re: How to display bitmap file using CActive

    If you want help, then post the code and tell us what is going wrong and where.
  12. Re: Accessing localhost web server using emulator

    Well, what internet connection method are you using?

    For NT-RAS and wintap methods, usually you'll want to connect to "192.168.0.1". With the ethernet method, this may be somewhat more difficult....
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    Re: MMF plugins registration problem under 3ed

    Protserv is a signed-only capability, you'll need to sign your package with a devcert during testing, and eventually get it Symbian Signed.
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    Re: atoi()

    You need to have in your mmp file a system include line:

    SYSTEMINCLUDE /epoc32/include/libc
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    Re: Open C and cleanup safety?

    Yes, you get a memory leak.

    C, of course, has no such concept as exceptions. The nearest thing, non-local gotos, are highly discouraged. This means C libraries have no cleanup mechanism that...
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    Re: Installing Python

    You have an S60 3rd edition phone, so you'll want to install PythonForS60_1_4_0_3rdEd.sis
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    Re: MMF plugins registration problem under 3ed

    OK, I guess the next thing to think about is capabilities.

    What capabilities does your plugin DLL have? Is it enough to be loaded in to the appropriate process?

    On the emulator, check...
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    Re: MMF plugins registration problem under 3ed

    The resource file needs to go in \resource\plugins and the DLL in \sys\bin.
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    Re: CAknIconArray from resource

    Well, that's certainly not always the case. Here's one generated from 9.2 SDK version of mifconv.



    /* This file has been generated, DO NOT MODIFY. */
    enum TMifLocalBookmarks
    {...
  20. Re: Creating a 'partial upgrade' sis that starts the app after upgrade

    No less a hack, but I can think of a way to do it without a second executable.

    Make your executable handle a fake MIME type (something like "x-mycompany/x-myapp") and then "launch" a file you've...
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    Re: TTimeIntervalDays problem

    Well, now you've got two choices... You could actually take the time to write correct code that handles error codes, and read the contract of the TTime::DaysFrom() function, and then you might get...
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    Re: Reading files efficiently from "E" drive

    Well, software installation is slower on 3rd edition devices because there's a whole lot more to do. On the other hand, you'll notice a significant increase in speed on 9.2 phones like the N95 or the...
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    Re: CAknIconArray from resource

    Hah, you'd think that, wouldn't you?

    SVG files don't really have masks, but you have to specify a "virtual" mask which is the SVG image ID + 1. So it should be:

    AKN_ICON
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    iconId =...
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    Re: capability issue on N95 for KSoReuseAddr

    No, it just means that Nokia has no sense of consistency. This is one of the things that happens because the network stack they use on the phone isn't the same one they use on the emulator.

    I'll...
  25. Re: Can an operator change settings/execute code in the phone without the user being

    It's nothing to do with your operator. The client just sends a DNS SRV request to your SIP provider to look for STUN servers, and if there's an entry then it'll use it. Because almost all mobile...
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