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  1. #1
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    Arrow obsolete APIs vs current APIs

    Hi,

    How do we know which APIs are made obsolete and which are still current in a given version of symbian OS ? Let me explain.

    I am currently looking for kernel debug interface API.

    The following URL gives some information regarding the DDebugger and stop mode debugger interface. However, from the URL it seems like it is for V7 of the symbian OS.

    http://www.symbian.com/developer/tec...nterface.index

    I know there is a major change in symbian OS9. Correspondingly, the following URL is for v9.3 of Symbian OS.

    http://www.symbian.com/developer/tec....cpp.gen.index

    I could not locate any stop-mode debugging.

    My question is as follows:

    Is V7 API still supported in V9 or does V9 list of classes supersede and replace the V7 classes/methods ?

    --Kris

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    Re: obsolete APIs vs current APIs

    Quite many APIs are the same as they were with 2nd edition, but the kerner was chnaged from Eka1 to Eka2, so there have been propably some changes.

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    Re: obsolete APIs vs current APIs

    Quote Originally Posted by sptkrishnan View Post

    Is V7 API still supported in V9 or does V9 list of classes supersede and replace the V7 classes/methods ?

    --Kris
    you can check the v3.x release notes for the list.

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