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    Re: SDK wasn't detected in Carbide.vs

    Aha.. think we are getting closer to the solution!! I find the installed.xml and properties.xml, but no devices.xml.. Didn't know about its existens until now. Could have been the uninstallation of...
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    Re: SDKs no longer detected in Carbide.vs

    Mm.. thank you for your help, but that registry key exists, pointing to "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symbian",

    When you mention it, I also had SDK2_FP2 installed until recently.
    I cannot...
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    SDK not longer detected in Carbide.vs

    My problem is simple, but I doubt there is a simple solution to it..

    I have been using the Carbide.vs plugin for quite some time, everything was working alright. But when I uninstalled...
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    Help on extern dllexport variable..!

    I am trying to export a const variable. I know it is working in CodeWarrior, but then the GCC is not very consistent..

    In MS Visual C++, using Carbide.VS, I am trying #4 below. Something like this...
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    Re: error : EPOCROOT must be an absolute path

    Make sure you have your source on the same drive as the Symbian SDK.
    The environment variable EPOCROOT cannot contain a drive letter... So, until the SDK and your program source reside on the same...
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    Re: int64 on Symbian 6.1?

    Right.. (int, char, long, etc.) IS a typdef in Symbian OS 6.1..
    (long long) typedef was introduced in Symbian OS 8.0 as I understand it.

    ..although a long long typedef "seem" to work everywhere...
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    int64 on Symbian 6.1?

    Is there any good reason not to use an "unsigned long long int" typedef..?

    All books I've read nearly touch the subject.. but state that "there is no support for 64bit arithmetics, the TInt64...
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    TInt64 / long long int problem

    I've read most posts in this issue but cannot get the big picture..

    Apparently there is no "native support" for 64bit in Symbian OS < 8.0, and the TInt64 class was introduced..

    I was not aware...
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