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    How to add more sdks in carbidec++ IDE?

    Hi!
    Can u pls tell me how to add sdk(s60 3rd and s60 5th edition sdks) in carbidec++ IDE.

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    Re: How to add more sdks in carbidec++ IDE?

    hi neeraj
    Just download the SDK you want to include and install it .
    While Installation the installer will ask you for selection of default SDK...
    which you need to select ... once the installation is over .
    you can use it to create your projects..

    cheers
    Gaurav Gupta

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    Re: How to add more sdks in carbidec++ IDE?

    Quote Originally Posted by neeraja.nokia View Post
    Hi!
    Can u pls tell me how to add sdk(s60 3rd and s60 5th edition sdks) in carbidec++ IDE.
    If your SDK is already installed and you just want to add it to your project configs, rightclick on project-build configurations-manage. Select the configs there.

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    Re: How to add more sdks in carbidec++ IDE?

    Quote Originally Posted by neeraja.nokia View Post
    Hi!
    Can u pls tell me how to add sdk(s60 3rd and s60 5th edition sdks) in carbidec++ IDE.
    If u want to do it explicitly then go to window->preferences->carbide c++->addnewsdk...

    U can also set their as default sdks under sdk properties.

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    Re: How to add more sdks in carbidec++ IDE?

    Quote Originally Posted by kishore84 View Post
    If u want to do it explicitly then go to window->preferences->carbide c++->addnewsdk...

    U can also set their as default sdks under sdk properties.
    Thank u for ur reply. Can u pls tell me the source(URL) to learn how to create a simple hello world application in Symbian C++. I searched, but couldn't able to got that source.

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    Re: How to add more sdks in carbidec++ IDE?

    Cheers,
    Mayank

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    Re: How to add more sdks in carbidec++ IDE?

    Quote Originally Posted by neeraja.nokia View Post
    Thank u for ur reply. Can u pls tell me the source(URL) to learn how to create a simple hello world application in Symbian C++. I searched, but couldn't able to got that source.
    Neeraj could you please specify which SDK you are using or installed.
    As you have already specified that you are using Carbide c++

    I dont have the link to the url but i can tell you how to create a simple hello world application ...

    1 once you start Carbide . You will be prompted for the workspace .. Let it be default c:\symbian\carbide\workspace. click on ok . Carbide Loads...
    2 Click on File Menu . > New >Symbian OS C++ Project > Select type of Project
    3 Here you can select Basic Console Application . Click Next
    4 Enter Project Name. click Next
    5 if you have more than one SDK installed then you would be prompted to select one of them .
    6 Click on Next and Then Finish .. and , You have just created a simple hello world application .
    7 To run this applicaton . Click on Project Menu > Build Configuration > Set Active > Emulator Debug .
    8 Select your project . Click on Run Menu and select Run . Your emulator start loading and finally it will print Hello World .

    Regards
    Gaurav Gupta

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    Re: How to add more sdks in carbidec++ IDE?

    Quote Originally Posted by gaurav.gupta View Post
    Neeraj could you please specify which SDK you are using or installed.
    As you have already specified that you are using Carbide c++

    I dont have the link to the url but i can tell you how to create a simple hello world application ...

    1 once you start Carbide . You will be prompted for the workspace .. Let it be default c:\symbian\carbide\workspace. click on ok . Carbide Loads...
    2 Click on File Menu . > New >Symbian OS C++ Project > Select type of Project
    3 Here you can select Basic Console Application . Click Next
    4 Enter Project Name. click Next
    5 if you have more than one SDK installed then you would be prompted to select one of them .
    6 Click on Next and Then Finish .. and , You have just created a simple hello world application .
    7 To run this applicaton . Click on Project Menu > Build Configuration > Set Active > Emulator Debug .
    8 Select your project . Click on Run Menu and select Run . Your emulator start loading and finally it will print Hello World .

    Regards
    Gaurav Gupta
    Thank u for ur reply, but I asked for Symbian C++ application architecture. What is the flow to create simple application like Hello World by myself(Step by step) process. If we print some information on console, how to start the implementation of the applicaiton. Pls, tell me----

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    Re: How to add more sdks in carbidec++ IDE?

    Well so it seems you did not check my earlier post where I have given you the link, please do so.

    For S60 specific view architecture please check :-

    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...w_architecture
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...n_architecture
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...with_UI_Design
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...on_Development
    Cheers,
    Mayank

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