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  1. #1
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    Smile Using S60 SDKs 1.2-3.1 on Linux

    Apparently Martin Storsjö has managed to make even the newest S60 SDKs work with Linux by extending the GnuPoc tools. According to him even the emulator works for some SDK releases.

    See: http://www.martin.st/symbian/

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    Re: Using S60 SDKs 1.2-3.1 on Linux

    Awesome, thanks!

    Now the only problems is cable drivers and on-device debugging...

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    Re: Using S60 SDKs 1.2-3.1 on Linux

    ...and an update: I tried this with the Python for S60 source and with a few fixes that compiled with 3.0 MR for the device under Linux. Also, at least the 2.6 emulator works. Haven't tried anything else yet, but looks promising.

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