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  1. #1
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    Advise on building and installing for device please

    Hi,

    I have been developing an application using Carbide express and the emulator.

    The time has come to put the application on the phone, but Im confused.

    Im using s60 3rd edition and have a Nokia N73.

    In Carbide there is the option of building for GCCE, ARMV5 and ARMV5_ABIV2.

    1. Which should I use?

    2. When I compile using GCCE release I get a crap load of errors that I didn't get on the emulator, why is this?

    3. I have created a dll, do I need to include this in the pkg file?

    Any pointers would be very helpful

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    Re: Advise on building and installing for device please

    Actually, I dont get the errors. So forget about that question

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    Re: Advise on building and installing for device please

    Quote Originally Posted by nhammond
    Hi,

    I have been developing an application using Carbide express and the emulator.

    The time has come to put the application on the phone, but Im confused.

    Im using s60 3rd edition and have a Nokia N73.

    In Carbide there is the option of building for GCCE, ARMV5 and ARMV5_ABIV2.

    1. Which should I use?

    2. When I compile using GCCE release I get a crap load of errors that I didn't get on the emulator, why is this?

    3. I have created a dll, do I need to include this in the pkg file?

    Any pointers would be very helpful
    1) Depends on what compiler do you use for device builds
    2) -
    3) Only if your application needs it. ;)

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