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  1. #1
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    Unhappy Failed Compiling using SIP v4.0 in ARMI

    After installing the SIP Plugin v.4.0 for Codewarrior I successfully compile, run and test my SIP app. Now when I compile it for ARMI, I get the following errors

    Could not find or load the file "SIPCLIENT.lib" for target "ARMI UREL"....

    for SIPCLIENT.lib, SIPPROFILE.lib, SIPPROFILECLI.lib, SIPCODEC.lib, and SDPCODEC.lib. I checked the <S60SDKPATH>\Epoc32\release\armi\urel and could not find the files. I tried uninstalling and installing the SIP Plugin and it still does not install the required files. SIP Plugin 3.0 do not have those errors.

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    Hi,

    This issue does not relate to CodeWarrior IDE but here comes a reason:

    The reason is in Sip Plugin. The version 4.0 does not contain ARM platform at all. You can only compile Thumb platform.

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    Thumb in N6680

    So would Thumb executables or apps work in N6680?

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    Re: Failed Compiling using SIP v4.0 in ARMI

    I've the same problem.
    Does anybody know how to get SIP apps working in a device?

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    Re: Failed Compiling using SIP v4.0 in ARMI

    Solved:
    Just copying the missing *.lib 's from thumb to armi gets the job done

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    Re: Failed Compiling using SIP v4.0 in ARMI

    Actually it seems that both Thumb and ARMI executables work on the N6680

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    Re: Failed Compiling using SIP v4.0 in ARMI

    ARMI binaries can be used on THUMB devices without a problem.
    However, THUMB binaries cannot be used on ARMI devices.

    As far as I know, all Series 60 devices up to v2 FP3 are THUMB devices.

    Always use THUMB in preference to ARMI where you can - THUMB binaries are on average smaller (around 10% if I recall correctly).
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