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    Unhappy gcce build on emulator..

    Hi,

    I am building the helloworldbasic gui app from the command line. This is S60 3rd edition (S60-SDK-Rel200802-3.2-Hybrid-f.inc3.2356).
    The command I used to build from the command line is
    abld build gcce urel

    This created the exe in the build directory but when I start the emulator from the command line, it is not showing this exe. It seems like the emulator supports only wins and winscw. Since I don't have any of the IDEs, I need to depend on the command line build option.

    How can I bring up this app on the emulator from the command line ??

    Thanks in advance..
    ~Johnson

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    Re: gcce build on emulator..

    Hi,

    I am not sure but you could get Carbide IDE for free atleast you will have may be 30 day trial period to start off. Then you could compile for winscw.
    Regards,
    Sriky

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    Question Re: gcce build on emulator..

    Oh!! That is a good suggestion. But is it not possible at all to build from the command line for the emulator ??

    Thanks,
    Johnson

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    Re: gcce build on emulator..

    Hi,
    For genrating the exe for emulator you have to build it for winscw. GCCE builds binary for the devices.And you dont need IDEs for emulator , you need SDK for it. I guess you are confused between IDE and SDK. IDE is only the development environment in which you can write your application and you will have to link that IDE to a SDK to compile your application.
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    Re: gcce build on emulator..

    Quote Originally Posted by jmeasow View Post
    Oh!! That is a good suggestion. But is it not possible at all to build from the command line for the emulator ??

    Thanks,
    Johnson
    Hi,
    Of course you can do it from command line.
    Just run these commands from command line
    in the folder where your bld.inf file is present
    bldmake bldfiles
    abld build winscw udeb
    epoc
    It will launch your emulator with your application installed in Installed/application folder.
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    Exclamation Re: gcce build on emulator..

    Well Sir, I don't have any IDE in my system.. So I cannot build for winscw nor wins (I hope the toolchain for building is different from SDK). The only option is to build from command line using gcce. But then, I cannot run it on the emulator.. It does not support gcce build. :-(

    ~Johnson

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    Exclamation Re: gcce build on emulator..

    I cannot use winscw since the toolchain to build winscw is not present in my system. And that will get installed only with CodeWarrior or Carbide. To repeat, I am trying with gcce.

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    Re: gcce build on emulator..

    Hi,
    I think you are not getting my point. Ok what is the SDK version you are using?? You must have downloaded SDK from some place?? Can you see epoc32 folder in that SDK. If you see epoc32 try opening that folder and check whether you have these folders or not epoc32\release\winscw\udeb.
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    Re: gcce build on emulator..

    Quote Originally Posted by jmeasow View Post
    I cannot use winscw since the toolchain to build winscw is not present in my system. And that will get installed only with CodeWarrior or Carbide. To repeat, I am trying with gcce.
    Hi,

    I guess there is no other way other than to install the IDE :(
    Regards,
    Sriky

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    Re: gcce build on emulator..

    And do not worry, Carbide.c++ Express is completely free (www.forum.nokia.com/carbide), only the more advanced versions come with 30-day trial (and actually they also revert to the Express edition when the trial expires).

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    Re: gcce build on emulator..

    I have a feeling you are playing with the wrong SDK. Download SDKs for development on Symbian C++ from http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...16-3.0-mr.html
    Note the choice of SDK is NOT 'Latest is the best'. But more dependent on what devices you are targetting. That info can be checked by the OS on which the devices are based on. Check that in http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices/matrix_all_1.html.

    Also like Wizard mentioned already Carbide.c++ is a very good IDE which also has its free version. Worth a try my friend.

    Good Luck!

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