You seem to be using the FP1 SDK. I'm still using the MR one, so that may or may not explain some of the errors.
At which point to do you get that warning? Is the include-chain shown?
Originally Posted by MikaelWT
That warning really should be ok. A def-file is not used, because the only components that use that library are components that are developed together with it. Freezing would just make re-factoring harder while providing backward compatibility, which is not needed.
2.Not attempting to create "\Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\EPOC32\RELEASE\WINSCW\UDEB\connector.lib"
from frozen .DEF file, since EXPORTUNFROZEN specified.
I read that the FROZEN thing you could just be ignored but my libs does not build...
That's an OpenC problem that is easily fixed. In OpenC's sys/resource.h, change
3.mwldsym2.exe: Multiply defined symbol: _UPPER_LIMIT_PRIORITY_HIGHEST in
mwldsym2.exe: files signals.o, otherchild.o. I get alot of this Multiply defined symbols
const int UPPER_LIMIT_PRIORITY_HIGHEST = -20;
const int LOWER_LIMIT_PRIORITY_HIGHEST = -16;
UPPER_LIMIT_PRIORITY_HIGHEST = -20,
LOWER_LIMIT_PRIORITY_HIGHEST = -16,