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  1. #1
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    Carbide or Qt Creator

    Is it possible to do Symbian/S60 development by using only Qt Creator, or is Carbide required for the development? I believe Carbide has to be installed because of compilers or other tolls bundled with it, but is it required to actually run and use it?

    I've used Carbide a few months now for native Symbian development, but would much prefer to only use Qt Creator.

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    Re: Carbide or Qt Creator

    It's possible to compile, make sis without carbide. Also you can start emulator without carbide.
    Not sure what about debugging...

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    Re: Carbide or Qt Creator

    Another question, is it possible to use a custom build system/makefiles from inside QtCreator? Or does it rely on the Symbian build system like Carbide does?

    I like using SCons to build my Symbian applications, but really doesn't work well with Carbide. Would be nice if I could just create a simple makefile that calls SCons.

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    Re: Carbide or Qt Creator

    I don't know what's SCons but yes - you can make build without launching carbide.

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