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  1. #1
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    Carbide update corruption

    Sigh, I updated Carbide to 1.2.2 build 5 via the internal update tool. And now, again, half of my code suddenly appears in red text:
    TBuf8<50> buf;
    buf.Copy( _L8("Test") );
    RPointerArray<CSIPHeaderBase>* userArray = new( ELeave ) RPointerArray<CSIPHeaderBase>( 1 );
    CleanupStack::PushL( userArray );
    userArray->Append( userAgentHeader );
    Is this updater a source of corruption? Everytime I've used it, I end up using a full day reinstalling and reconfiguring Carbide from scratch.

    Is there a download link available to Carbide 1.2.2 ?
    Furthermore, where can I find the changelog for 1.2.2 and 1.3?
    Last edited by dracula78; 2008-03-14 at 12:06.
    IDE: Carbide.c++ 1.3 / 2.0beta
    SDK: S60 3rd edition MP / FP1
    V2.10.013 (15-09-06) @ Nokia N91
    V20.0.058 (21-10-06) @ Nokia N93
    V30.0.015 (15-07-08) @ Nokia N95

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    Re: Carbide update corruption

    It seems to be a feature: the new IDE highlights Symbian "keywords" in red, I think.
    Note that although R-classes can be instantiated on the heap, it is against Symbian conventions (CArrayPtrFlat/Seg would be a better looking choice). Also note that non-L methods of R-classes usually return an error code.

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    Re: Carbide update corruption

    Wiz, thanks for the reply.

    My main concern right now is the messed up highlighting which occurs after updating from 1.2-build-29 to 1.2.2-build-5.
    It does not just colorize the Symbian keywords (as shown in my randomly selected lines of code) but also most 'built-in' and user-defined classes, methods and variables; practically unreadable and unusable.

    Just uninstalled 1.2.2 and reinstalled 1.2 (thank god I found some old installer somewhere on our network), and the highlighting works perfectly again.
    IDE: Carbide.c++ 1.3 / 2.0beta
    SDK: S60 3rd edition MP / FP1
    V2.10.013 (15-09-06) @ Nokia N91
    V20.0.058 (21-10-06) @ Nokia N93
    V30.0.015 (15-07-08) @ Nokia N95

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    Re: Carbide update corruption

    The indexes seems to have been corrupted somehow. I think if you closed Carbide and deleted:

    c:\Symbian\Carbide\workspace\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.cdt.core\*.pdom

    (or wherever your workspace is) it would fix the bad indexes.

    Also, I'd suggest you use Carbide 1.3 now that it's available.

    Tim

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    Re: Carbide update corruption

    Quote Originally Posted by timm-ah View Post
    The indexes seems to have been corrupted somehow. I think if you closed Carbide and deleted:

    c:\Symbian\Carbide\workspace\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.cdt.core\*.pdom

    (or wherever your workspace is) it would fix the bad indexes.

    Also, I'd suggest you use Carbide 1.3 now that it's available.

    Tim
    I created a brand new workspace checked out my project from CVS, and it turned up all red.

    About Carbide 1.3, I noticed it was available.
    * Where can I find the changelog?
    * Does it require a free or paid license upgrade?
    IDE: Carbide.c++ 1.3 / 2.0beta
    SDK: S60 3rd edition MP / FP1
    V2.10.013 (15-09-06) @ Nokia N91
    V20.0.058 (21-10-06) @ Nokia N93
    V30.0.015 (15-07-08) @ Nokia N95

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    Re: Carbide update corruption

    Quote Originally Posted by dracula78 View Post
    I created a brand new workspace checked out my project from CVS, and it turned up all red.

    About Carbide 1.3, I noticed it was available.
    * Where can I find the changelog?
    * Does it require a free or paid license upgrade?

    The uopgrade is free. It can be done through the e-store.

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