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    Getting started

    How to run application, using but file))) without any Carbide... and other programs. I just have SDK, i write makmake <projectname> arm4
    and then i must to do some other action before sysmake
    what must i do?

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    Re: Getting started

    Symbian 9.1

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    Re: Getting started

    I think you could get it working easier by installing some kind of IDE, you know that carbide express is free, thus should not be a problem really. I have never tried on running any programs in emulator without having at least one IDE on my machine, but I suspect that if you use command line building and then run the emulator (not in debug mode) it should be possible.

    So just have a bld.inf file make and use bldmake blffiles command to get the abld.bat file make, and then use abld build winscw urel, which after you could run the emulator.

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    Re: Getting started

    tnx solved

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    Re: Getting started

    by the way, how can i create a new project from existing project, using Carbide Express? i try to create it in the same folder, but have got an errors... <some>.rsg file missing

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    Re: Getting started

    Quote Originally Posted by apetrik
    by the way, how can i create a new project from existing project, using Carbide Express? i try to create it in the same folder, but have got an errors... <some>.rsg file missing
    rsg files are usually created on compiling the .rss files. Do you get any errors while compiling the .rss file?

    Priju

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    Re: Getting started

    i think rss file did not copile

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    Re: Getting started

    Quote Originally Posted by apetrik
    i think rss file did not copile
    Whats the error that shows up?

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    Re: Getting started

    i do New->"New Symbian OS project"->Symbian executable project S60 3.x GUI Application, with name "A". "New Symbian OS project" it is the only way that show me some some SDK build configuration.
    next, next, finish. press OK. then owerwrite created by my project "A".

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    Re: Getting started

    i saw that i have such .rsg files, but thay are in the .data folder...

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    Re: Getting started

    i find another way to compile my project, but i still can not use rsg files from other directories... i can brows it in my IDE, but can'nt compile

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