Hello Carbide users,
I just have installed Carbide.c++ 1.2 express, the S60 SDKs 2nd FP3, tested the Hello World Example from the SDK in Emulator and on an Nokia N90. It's OK.
Then I have installed the SDK 3rd FP1 and have tried the example for a 3rd ed. GUI application (also a Hello world). I first build for the emulator. But when launching the emulator from Carbide first it took several minutes showing a blank screen then the S60 logo appeared with the pink, green and blue lines and almost the same moment:
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It doesn't matter whether the emulator is launched by Carbide or started from the command line or via Windows Icon. There's always the same result.
When launched by Carbide there is no problem in the debug window, just hundred times "Thread [Tread id: xxxxx](Running). New threads seem still to be started after the error occurs.
It looks a little bit like the often reported error with the NCNlist. But in difference to that after the crash no further operation is possible. In other words: the normal screen where you start the application from does not appear at all! The emulator is worthless.