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    Question [moved] Getting started with Carbide.c++ v2.0

    For starters, thanks for the IDE.

    Now to the stuff where I am lost.

    I downloaded the "Carbide.c++ v2.0" IDE, and when the installation was complete my broser popped up "file:///C:/Programme/Nokia/Carbide.c++%20v2.0/readme/readme_sdks.html".

    I downloaded & installed:

    "ActivePerl-5.6.1.635"
    "3rd Edition, FP1 (355 MB)" ... (no mention of 5th edition as noted above)

    Then I started the IDE ...

    It said that it had to be restarted for new plugins, so I said OK, and it restarted as expected.

    Being new to this, I wanted to load an example and make sure that everything was working, so I selected:

    File -> New -> Symbian OS C++ Project -> [Tutorials] S60 Birthdays Tutorial with UI Designer

    I called the project "BirthdayTut" and off it went creating all the files.

    Then I get errors in "BirthdaysList.cpp" one of which is ->

    Creation Time Description Resource Path Location Type
    1247266596715 undefined identifier 'KBirthdaytut_aifFile' BirthdaysList.cpp BirthdayTut/src line 358 C/C++ Problem"

    Then I go for the other tutorial "S60 Yaahoo! Image Search Tutorial with UI Designer" ...

    At least this creates a startable application.


    So I am wondering if I missed some undocumented step here ?

    The BirthdayTut didn't work (or even compile) from the start.

    The Yaahoo tutorial application seemed (well, at least for me) to have a few navigation issues (probably related to my being new to the emulator).

    I've done C/C++/Java/J2ME before and want to move into the realms of native Symbian programming (getting a N97 next week, so I didn't want my development to be limited to J2ME's capabilites) and I feel that the IDE leaves a lot to be desired (not to mention the Birthday tutorial).

    Where can I best read up and get acquainted with the IDE + application development process using "Carbide.c++ v2.0" ?

    I need some direction as how to progress here.

    (currently feeling a bit lost + overwhelmed)

    PS the link "developer.uiq.com" only shows "Apache is functioning normally"

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    Re: Getting started with Carbide.c++ v2.0

    "3rd Edition, FP1 (355 MB)" ... (no mention of 5th edition as noted above)
    search in here http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._One_SDKs.html
    For Carbide.c++ Training videos
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...raining_Videos
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/Tools_Doc...s/Carbide.c++/

    PS the link "developer.uiq.com" only shows "Apache is functioning normally"
    looks like as UIQ stopped its operation so is there site.

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    Re: [moved] Getting started with Carbide.c++ v2.0

    is there anything related to JRE?

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    Re: [moved] Getting started with Carbide.c++ v2.0

    Quote Originally Posted by a217zxg View Post
    is there anything related to JRE?
    carbide.c++ which is based on Eclipse uses JRE to run so it is related. So as some of the SDK tools

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