I downloaded Borland C++BuilderX Mobile Edition (for free, via Forum Nokia). I installed it.
Then I installed ActivePerl 5.6.1 - and after that I installed S80_DP2_0_SDK_b2.
Well, after setting up the SDK in the IDE, and trying to build, I get the "classic" error:
'LINK.EXE' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
perl -S makmake.pl -D \SYMBIAN\PROJECTS\TEST01\GROUP\TEST01 WINS
Which baffles me...
In the S80_DP2_0_SDK_b2_User's_Guide.pdf it says that if that happens, I must install "Borland C++BuilderX Support for Microsoft SDKs" from the Mobile Edition CD... Which I don't have, because I downloaded it for free at Borland's website.
I've tried Google, I've tried MSDN and I've tried Borlands Developer Network - with no luck so far in resolving this problem.
In one of the threads here I saw someone mention Visual C++ 6.0 or Visual C++ .Net 2003... Can it really be true that I have to buy a different IDE, just to be able to use the IDE I already have? (Visual C++ is not exactly cheap!)