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    Question Developer, Professional or OEM Edition ??

    Hello everybody.

    I'm new at Symbian programming. I can program in C and C++.

    I have a Nokia N82 and therefore I have downloaded the SDK package S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 (not installed yet).

    But i have some trouble with choosing the right version of Carbide..?

    I have read the following:
    "Carbide.c++ Developer Edition, which contains all the tools necessary to create C++ and C applications with an S60 SDK or a UIQ SDK. Developer Edition offers a user interface design tool and the ability to perform on-device debugging, enabling developers to be more productive.

    Carbide.c++ Professional Edition, which extends the features of Developer Edition with a tool for application performance investigation and support for preproduction prototype devices. It also extends the tool’s on-device debugging capabilities with system-level and crash debugging. The full version of CodeScanner is also available. The features of Professional Edition facilitate the delivery of performance-critical applications.

    Carbide.c++ OEM Edition, which extends the features of Professional Edition with the features and tools required by device manufacturers to create devices based on Symbian OS.
    "
    - http://www.forum.nokia.com/Resources...s/Carbide.c++/

    But I'm still confused

    Someone who can help...?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Developer, Professional or OEM Edition ??

    For your level of development, it doesn't really matter much which Editio you start with (new developer, probably "normal" applications rather than anything exotic with undocumented APIs, lowe-level system/kernel programming, devide drivers, etc.).

    Developer Edition is probably enough, but you can also take the Professional Edition.

    The OEM Edition most likely just adds tools you're not going to need, if it it has everything that's also in the other Editions, you just as well take the OEM Edition.

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    Re: Developer, Professional or OEM Edition ??

    Suggested Version is "Carbide.c++ Professional Edition" It is a prefect balance of all features for a 3erd party developer.

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    Re: Developer, Professional or OEM Edition ??

    Thanks for reply. I'll try to install Pro edition.

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