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    Carbide.c++ 1.3 build error EPOC variable doesn't show to the existing directory.

    Hi, I have successfully installed the Carbide.c++ 1.3 on Windows Vista and the SDK S60 3rd Edition FP2.
    I have created a simple project using project templates within current SDK. (New project->SymbianOS projects->...).
    So when I'm trying to build this project an error occured:
    EPOC doesn't show to the existing directory.
    In the project preferences EPOC is set to \Symbian\...\epoc32,
    there are no "C:" at the begining. I tried to set EPOC the new
    value:"C:\Symbian\...\epoc32" but it didn't help.

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    Re: Carbide.c++ 1.3 build error EPOC variable doesn't show to the existing directory.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashmodeus View Post
    Hi, I have successfully installed the Carbide.c++ 1.3 on Windows Vista and the SDK S60 3rd Edition FP2.
    I have created a simple project using project templates within current SDK. (New project->SymbianOS projects->...).
    So when I'm trying to build this project an error occured:
    EPOC doesn't show to the existing directory.
    In the project preferences EPOC is set to \Symbian\...\epoc32,
    there are no "C:" at the begining. I tried to set EPOC the new
    value:"C:\Symbian\...\epoc32" but it didn't help.
    you mean EPOCROOT in project preferences-> build configuration->environment? it should be more like '\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\' upto the epoc directory, not including the epoc directory

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    Re: Carbide.c++ 1.3 build error EPOC variable doesn't show to the existing directory.

    Quote Originally Posted by Symbian_Neil View Post
    you mean EPOCROOT in project preferences-> build configuration->environment? it should be more like '\Symbian\9.1\S60_3rd_MR\' upto the epoc directory, not including the epoc directory
    yes you are right. My EPOCROOT is set like you wrote, but this doesn't work. I've installed perl which version is higher than 5.6.1. can this be the reason?

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    Re: Carbide.c++ 1.3 build error EPOC variable doesn't show to the existing directory.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashmodeus View Post
    yes you are right. My EPOCROOT is set like you wrote, but this doesn't work. I've installed perl which version is higher than 5.6.1. can this be the reason?
    Yes this might be. Install 5.6.1 build 635 for best compatibility. Uninstall the newer one ;)

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    Re: Carbide.c++ 1.3 build error EPOC variable doesn't show to the existing directory.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashmodeus View Post
    Hi, I have successfully installed the Carbide.c++ 1.3 on Windows Vista and the SDK S60 3rd Edition FP2.
    I have created a simple project using project templates within current SDK. (New project->SymbianOS projects->...).
    So when I'm trying to build this project an error occured:
    EPOC doesn't show to the existing directory.
    In the project preferences EPOC is set to \Symbian\...\epoc32,
    there are no "C:" at the begining. I tried to set EPOC the new
    value:"C:\Symbian\...\epoc32" but it didn't help.
    And have you tried this Wiki page: Moving to Windows Vista
    ?

    Kiran.
    Nokia Developer Wiki Moderation team

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