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  1. #1
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    understanding target compilation output

    Guys I need a tip:

    Whenever I have something that compiles for the emulator but not for the target, I find myself searching for hours sometimes to find the error in the target compiler's outpout. searching for something as trivial as "error" does not work because the compiler output does not say that next to an error.

    Does anyone know a quick way to find errors within the target compiler's output ? maybe a way to avoid warnings altogether, so that only error will be shown ? maybe some other way ?

    Thanks
    Tal

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    Re: understanding target compilation output

    It would help if you could specify which of the supported compilers are you using for the target builds. Maybe you could also show a non obvious error ...
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    Re: understanding target compilation output

    I am using Carbide plugin for visual studio together with SDK S60 V3 FP2 - I think it is using something called the "ARM Toolchain". does this help ?

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