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  1. #1
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    Carbide Visual Studio 2005

    Hi,

    when i start a new project "File->New->Project" and select "Symbian" "New Symbian OS Project"

    with "Symbian1" as Name and "F:\Eigene Programmierung\SymbianOS\Project1" as Project
    and "Symbian1" as my Solution Name then Carbide.vs reports a project path error!
    "Symbian project path and name cannot contain spaces. Please change your project folder...."


    What kind of spaces? My path doesn't contain any spaces. So what's wrong?


    Greetz

    Frank

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    Re: Carbide Visual Studio 2005

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankTheFox View Post
    Hi,

    when i start a new project "File->New->Project" and select "Symbian" "New Symbian OS Project"

    with "Symbian1" as Name and "F:\Eigene Programmierung\SymbianOS\Project1" as Project
    and "Symbian1" as my Solution Name then Carbide.vs reports a project path error!
    "Symbian project path and name cannot contain spaces. Please change your project folder...."


    What kind of spaces? My path doesn't contain any spaces. So what's wrong?


    Greetz

    Frank
    There is the space.

    Also note that try to keep the workspace on the same drive as SDK

  3. #3
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    Re: Carbide Visual Studio 2005

    Hi,

    yes you're right. I spend some time on buying glasses...


    Thanks
    Frank

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