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  1. #1
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    Unhappy Why can't I produce SIS files?

    My CW installation compiles and produces WINSCW files which run OK on the emulators for UIQ and Series 60.

    I have carefully studied the targeting manual, and have the following settings for the ARMI UREL version:-

    Target settings Symbian Linker, no prelinker, Symbian Installer post-linker.

    Symbian installation, Symbian Resources, Symbian Target, Symbian Tools are all 'as issued'.

    .pkg file mapping is to no compiler (as per Table A.1 targeting manual.)

    What am I missing?

    No error messages appear during compilation, just 'uptodate' at the end.

    Help!!!

  2. #2
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    Have you added your .pkg file to the project?

    Regards,

    Matt Pinsonneault
    Nokia Developer Support

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    SIS files

    Yes, I missed that bit!!

    All now works OK, thank you for your help.

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    Hi,

    I went through a similar process. The .pkg file is now added, but when attempting to make, I get errors saying "file not found". I believe it's something to do with the relative directories being used, as when I put an absolute path in there it works fine.

    Where is the directory that all relative paths are taken from specified?

    Also, since I've only come into using CodeWarrior from version 2.8.3 which I recently purchased, I'm not sure how to build applications that suport earlier versions of Symbian OS, as I wish to target Series 60 1.0 as well as 2.0.

    Regards,

    Gabriel

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    Gabriel,

    I believe the path will be relative to the directory specified in the Symbian Installation project settings panel.

    As for supporting earlier releases, that can sometimes be difficult. It's a matter of making sure the APIs you are calling are backwards compatible, and that's not always well documented. I'd recommend asking this question on the Tools & SDKs forum; they should be able to give you a definitive answer.

    Regards,

    Matt Pinsonnealt
    Nokia Developer Support

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    Hi Matt,

    Do you mean the panel you get via "Edit->Symbian Environments" menu item? The only directory to configure there is the Epoc Root. Is there somewhere else to configure the project root directory?

    Regards,

    Gabriel

  7. #7
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    You need to go into your project settings (Alt-F7) and go to the Symbian Installation panel there.

    Regards,

    Matt Pinsonneault
    Nokia Developer Support

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