Dear Nokia development team,
thanks a lot for this cool tool! :-)
Anyway... I just applied the update, installed new AnalyzerTool bins, libs etc. and unfortunately I am not able to parse the binary data file directly from Carbide 3.3 AnalyzeTool v1.14.0 view.
as when I used AnalyzeTool v1.13. The application for testing is written in Symbian C++.
I just get this message:
Analyze Tool tried to execute command line engine with invalid parameters.
To avoid this go to AnalyzeTool preference page and select "Use internal command line engine".
Unfortunately, I did not find this option/preference.
It seems, that "Open and analyze data" command (folder icon) does not know the right path to "..group\atool_temp" folder, because it does not
add the parameter of this folder - console message:
C:\S60\devices\S60_5th_Edition_SDK_v1.0\epoc32\tools\atool.exe -a C:\CarbideWorkspaces\TestAT\group\atool_temp\AtoolFileToCarbide.xml
AnalyzeTool : Specified datafile does not exist.
The dat file is in default folder:
When I use command line, and call atool (see below), the dat file is parsed and I can use xml file in Carbide as I used...
atool -a C:\S60\devices\S60_5th_Edition_SDK_v1.0\epoc32\winscw\c\logs\analyzetool\*.exe.dat atool_temp\*.exe.dat.xml
AnalyzeTool : Parsing the binary data file...
AnalyzeTool : makefile atool_temp\main.at opened.
AnalyzeTool : found mmp file: c:\carbideworkspaces\TestAT\group\*.mmp
html parse started...
Press any key to continue . . .
Do you have any idea how to correct this behavior? I would like to parse the dat file directly from Carbide IDE as I used to... Or the parsing from Carbide is no more supported?
Is supported Trace mode? (I can't trace because of connection status "Not Accessible" - ver. 1.13 and 1.14 for Symbian C++, CODA is OK...)
Thanks a lot for your answer,