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  1. #1
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    MS VS .NET 2003 & Series 60 SDK v1.2

    hi,

    i have VS .net 2003 installed and i downloaded Series 60 SDK v1.2. However i could not manage to install it. In Quick guide for Wizard installation (i think it is for VC++ 6.0 ) it is written that:

    "Copy AvkonAppWiz.awx and AvkonAppWiz.hlp files to Visual C++ template directory e.g
    c:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\Common\MsDev98\Template"

    but i dont have that directory. where should i put these files? is there anyone using MS VS .NET 2003 & Series 60 SDK v1.2 ? Or should i better change my IDE or SDK?

    thanks

    serkan

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    Which phone(s) are you targeting?

    If Nokia 7650, then SDK 0.9.

    If Nokia 3650, 3600, 3620, 3660, N-Gage, N-Gage QD, Siemens SX1 or Sendo X, then SDK 1.2.

    If Nokia 6600 then SDK 2.0.

    If Nokia 6620, 7610, 6260 then SDK 2.1.

    Only SDK 2.1 has some support for VS.NET. For previous ones use VS6 or CodeWarrior 2.5/2.8 or Borland BuilderX 1.5.

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    phone model is not very important for me. i am looking for a good IDE for Symbian programming for series 60. Which IDE gives best support to Symbian and provides the most comfortable environment for programming? I can use all versions of SDKs and i (believe) i can find all IDEs..

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    From my understanding, you cannot use that wizard in VS.NET.
    Currently there is no specific app. wizard for VS.NET, but there is a Java-based wizard in Series 60 version 2.2. I use it for quite a while and it quite helpful. Just install the SDK and run it from Start menu, S60 SDK | Tools.

    Antony

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    hi,

    dont be sad:). wizard is really useless. Start from scratch or with any hello world exmaple and modify it in the way you need - view based app or without view implementations( more traditional "EIKON" way).

    Bye
    STeN

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    Note:
    If you need good (but some times brain-washed) wizards, download BuilderX from Borland pages - it is free for commercial usage and has many wizards and WYSIWYG RAD environment.

    Bye
    STeN

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