I have followed the symbian documentation on how ones supposed to set up the enviroment so basically this is what i did:
1. Install Windows XP
1. Install Perl from activestate http://downloads.activestate.com/Act...x86-291969.msi
3. Install Application development toolkit http://developer.symbian.org/main/to...cid=59&iid=267
4. Install Symbian platform SDK http://developer.symbian.org/main/to...3&cid=7&iid=26
5. Install OpenC plugin SDK on top of the Symbian platform SDK http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...K_Plug-In.html
6. I then patch the carbide with this patch http://pepper.troll.no/s60prerelease...mbian_b487.zip
7. i download and install Qt for Open Source C++ development on Symbian http://qt.nokia.com/downloads/symbian-cpp into C:\Qt\4.6.3-symbian
8. now i run the following: All Programs | Symbian Foundation ADT v1.4 | Carbide.c++ | Configure environment for WINSCW command line
Now my enviroment works according to nokia, so install and configure Qt Creator as the following link says
It works, im able to run the example inside the S60 emulator.
Now the tricky part is the mobility api which i require in order to start the actual development process.
So i downloaded the mobility app and followed these instructions:
so basically according to the documentation provided it should be sufficent to open the command prompt, go into the mobility directory and run the configure and make commands.
However this apparently did not work, the files were created successfully, yes but apprently not into the right location?
What if i open The commands prompt which is included in Qt SDK and do the same steps "configure" and "make". Or am i required to set some kind of paths?
Because at the moment the files cannot be found.
And in case i get mobility working correctly, will it work for both the desktop and Symbian platforms?