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    Console App in VS 2005

    Hi,

    Kindly let me know how to create a console application in Visual Studio 2005. I have installed Carbide vs 3.0 for it and the SDK is S60_2nd_FP3.

    Thnx in advance,
    Sim

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    Re: Console App in VS 2005

    Hi,

    You could use Application wizard available in File>New to craete a console application. I hope this is what you meant or looking for.
    Regards,
    Sriky

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    Re: Console App in VS 2005

    Quote Originally Posted by sriky27 View Post
    Hi,

    You could use Application wizard available in File>New to craete a console application.
    I wanna create a symbian console app ( non gui ), i think what you are suggesting is a .net console application..... you are getting me wrong.

    Regards,
    Sim

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    Re: Console App in VS 2005

    if you want the exact steps ...

    File->new->Project->VisualC++->Symbian->NewSymbianOSProject ... then select template as console

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    Re: Console App in VS 2005

    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post

    File->new->Project->VisualC++->Symbian->NewSymbianOSProject ... then select template as console
    But if I select Project Type as: Classic then console option doesn't appear.

    ~Sim

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    Re: Console App in VS 2005

    when you select Classic Type then you have to select symbian EXE.

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    Re: Console App in VS 2005

    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post
    when you select Classic Type then you have to select symbian EXE.
    That's what my problem is.. following are my steps
    New->Project->Visual C++ -> New Symbian OS Project -> Project Type: Classic -> Project template: Symbian OS exe - > SDK selected: S60 2nd FP 3 for .net

    On executing the project, the emulator displays gUI interface, where as it should display Console with Hello World written on it....

    Kindly guide me through

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    Re: Console App in VS 2005

    if i remember correctly in some post i have told somebody that the template generated uses CConsoleBase class for display.

    Code:
    LOCAL_D CConsoleBase* console;  // write all messages to this
    if you donot want it remove it from the code.

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    Re: Console App in VS 2005

    Quote Originally Posted by simibee View Post
    That's what my problem is.. following are my steps
    New->Project->Visual C++ -> New Symbian OS Project -> Project Type: Classic -> Project template: Symbian OS exe - > SDK selected: S60 2nd FP 3 for .net

    On executing the project, the emulator displays gUI interface, where as it should display Console with Hello World written on it....

    Kindly guide me through
    Sorry for misunderstanding ...
    it is running a different project out put with same UID.
    i suggest cleaning your EPOC

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