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    Distributing Applications

    Once I make a SIS file through Ensymble, can I just distribute that SIS file? Or does it need to be signed? How would I get it signed?
    My program uses location and networking, if that makes a difference...

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    Quote Originally Posted by icinnamon View Post
    Once I make a SIS file through Ensymble, can I just distribute that SIS file? Or does it need to be signed? How would I get it signed?
    My program uses location and networking, if that makes a difference...

    Thanks!
    Hi icinnamon
    yes as far as i know once you are with the sis you can distribute the unsigned sis to sign it with the proper capabilities is the work of the end user.

    BTW you can get an application signed here.


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    Re: Distributing Applications

    How does the end user sign it with the proper capabilities?

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    Quote Originally Posted by icinnamon View Post
    How does the end user sign it with the proper capabilities?
    hi icinnamon
    obviously at www.symbiansigned.com.

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    So each user has to use their own IMEI number to sign the SIS file? That's annoying!

    There's no way for me to sign it for them?

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    Quote Originally Posted by icinnamon View Post
    So each user has to use their own IMEI number to sign the SIS file? That's annoying!

    There's no way for me to sign it for them?
    yes exactly you got it now and sorry icinnamon but as far as i know this is only the way no other way is there.

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    But how do professional developers distribute their stuff? Is there a test you need to pass?

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    Quote Originally Posted by icinnamon View Post
    But how do professional developers distribute their stuff? Is there a test you need to pass?
    Hi icinnamon
    Really sorry dont know much about that but you can definitely get the help from the developer.symbian.com.

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    Quote Originally Posted by icinnamon View Post
    But how do professional developers distribute their stuff? Is there a test you need to pass?
    Professionals would go for Express Signed or Certified Signed. There are no IMEI restrictions and, in the case of Certified Signed, there are more capabilities available. The downside is that you need a Publisher ID, which is 200$ per year.

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    Quote Originally Posted by icinnamon View Post
    Once I make a SIS file through Ensymble, can I just distribute that SIS file?
    See this old thread for a discussion about signing options.

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    Quote Originally Posted by icinnamon View Post
    Once I make a SIS file through Ensymble, can I just distribute that SIS file?
    If your application doesn't require any extra capabilities then the sis file created by Ensymble should be enough.

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    Re: Distributing Applications

    Quote Originally Posted by icinnamon View Post
    Once I make a SIS file through Ensymble, can I just distribute that SIS file? Or does it need to be signed? How would I get it signed?
    My program uses location and networking, if that makes a difference...

    Thanks!
    If you need Location capability in your dev cert then you can not use the self-signed method and Ensymble (solution described by Yak) !
    pys60 1.4.5 and 2.0.0, pygame, PyS60 CE on E90 and 5800 !

    Find my pys60 extension modules on cyke64.googlepages.com

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