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    Carbide.C++.1.3 vs. Carbide.vs.3.0.1

    Hello,
    I am new to S60 development and am trying to decide which tool to use.

    How do these two compare to each other?
    Does Carbide.vs.3.0.1 support the features the Carbide.C++.1.3, professional edition has, i.e., on-device debugging, performance profiling, etc?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Carbide.C++.1.3 vs. Carbide.vs.3.0.1

    hi,

    Check the release notes of the editions of carbide you have downloaded...

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    Re: Carbide.C++.1.3 vs. Carbide.vs.3.0.1

    Hello,
    I am new to S60 development and am trying to decide which tool to use.

    How do these two compare to each other?
    Does Carbide.vs.3.0.1 support the features the Carbide.C++.1.3, professional edition has, i.e., on-device debugging, performance profiling, etc?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Carbide.C++.1.3 vs. Carbide.vs.3.0.1

    Quote Originally Posted by piresn View Post
    I am new to S60 development
    You also seem to be a parrot of some kind
    Does Carbide.vs.3.0.1 support the features the Carbide.C++.1.3, professional edition has, i.e., on-device debugging, performance profiling, etc?
    Carbide.vs does not exist for a long time by now, and it has never supported such features. Actually you do not have the choice, since you simply can not download it.
    Carbide.c++ 1.3 is also outdated, the current version number is exactly the double, 2.6, and it is a completely free tool, with all the features you are asking about.

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    Re: Carbide.C++.1.3 vs. Carbide.vs.3.0.1

    Even though I do have 1.3's instrall file, I don't see any reason to use it.

    Later versions are much more advanced. GO forCarbide.c++ - 2.4 is a really nice and stable version!
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