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    Carbide versions

    Hi.

    Here I can find the different between Carbide.C++ versions.

    It seems that "On-Device Debugging" and "Carbide.c++ UI Designer" are the main different between Exp and Dev versions.

    I read that the emulator doesn't have to be stopped in the Dev version between runnings, is it true? (in the Exp it does stop).

    Is there any other different between those two versions?

    tnx!

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    Re: Carbide versions

    Quote Originally Posted by appz View Post
    It seems that "On-Device Debugging" and "Carbide.c++ UI Designer" are the main different between Exp and Dev versions.
    Yes, those features are enough for making a difference.
    I read that the emulator doesn't have to be stopped in the Dev version between runnings, is it true? (in the Exp it does stop).
    That depends only on how you configure your project, and what kind of files have you modified.

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    Re: Carbide versions

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_hu_ View Post
    Yes, those features are enough for making a difference.
    I didn't say that those features don't make enough different, I just asked so I can understand it.

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_hu_ View Post
    That depends only on how you configure your project, and what kind of files have you modified.
    When I stop debugging - the emulator closes itself, no matter what files I'll change AFTER it already closed.

    "Stop debugging" - means clicking the STOP button on the Carbide or selecting Exit from the Application menu.

    Doesn't it happen because of the different between Carbide.C++ versions? You say that I can configure the Carbide/emulator to stay opened? If yes, so where...

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    Re: Carbide versions

    If you press the stop button, it surely shuts down the whole emulator. However if you simply exit your application, and leave the emulator running, you can try re-building the application.

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    Re: Carbide versions

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    Re: Carbide versions

    Quote Originally Posted by ltomuta View Post
    Thanks! It helped.

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