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  1. #1
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    Unhappy Does Carbide.c++ 3.2 support QtSDK 1.1?

    Hi,

    Just downloaded the newest Carbide version and tried to run a basic Qt application for QtSDK 1.1. The IDE complains about a lot of things The major points are:

    * Doesn't recognize QtSDK 1.1 as a valid Qt sdk. Don't know why.
    * Compiling a Qt application with the QtSDK 1.1 (forcing) breaks the IDE (NPE).

    Does anyone got this properly working?

    The reason for using carbide as Qt IDE is beacause for me QtCreator is a mess and I'd really want to go back to Carbide.

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    Re: Does Carbide.c++ 3.2 support QtSDK 1.1?

    Well, it's not preferred or supported but I've done it in the past. The main difference is that the default for Carbide is to check for qmake under /epoc32/tools/, where in the Qt SDK, qmake is under the /bin folder next to /epoc32/. So if you create a Qt version that points to the /bin folder, then add an SDK entry in Carbide and associate the two it should work. There might be some other tweaks but it's been a while since I tried.

    Tim

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    Re: Does Carbide.c++ 3.2 support QtSDK 1.1?

    Thanks for your reply.

    Now the Symbian^3 1.0 is released and I can use with Carbide to develop Qt applications because it is shipped with Qt 4.7 and Mobility 1.1.

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    Re: Does Carbide.c++ 3.2 support QtSDK 1.1?

    unfortunately the Symbian^3 1.0 SDK is not meant for commercial Qt development, instead you should use Qt SDK for that purpose. Ovi store will not accept Qt applications made with that SDK, since it does not have Qt 4.7.3 nor does it have Qt obility 1.1.3, which are the official versions of accepted by Ovi store.

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    Re: Does Carbide.c++ 3.2 support QtSDK 1.1?

    Good to know that!

    Thank you!

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    Re: Does Carbide.c++ 3.2 support QtSDK 1.1?

    Well, for pros (and since you chose to use Carbide and the Symbian^3 SDK you must be one, right) developing apps with this setup is totally OK, as long as you know what you are doing. The SDK has Qt 4.7.2 and Qt Mobility 1.1.2 in terms of headers and libs, but the actual binaries provided for the device are the official Qt 4.7.3 and Qt Mobility 1.1.3, with all the bug fixes they bring.

    So on emulator you will run against 4.7.2 which may still exhibit some bugs, but if the application runs correctly on device then the app can be of course deployed to the Ovi Store. You will of course have ensure proper packaging and for example make the generated SIS file declare dependency on Qt 4..7.3 and not Qt 4.7.2....
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