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  1. #1
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    Question adding new library in mmp file

    I'm quite desperate now... I recently reformat my pc... and installed VS.Net and Carbide and SDKs...

    I import my other symbian projects.. tried to build and run it.. everything's fine..

    but when I tried to modify it, and add new LIBRARY or SOURCE in mmp file and try to build and run it, it seems that the machine doesn't recognize the new libraries and source file, and it puts a comment on the new files.....

    how can I overcome this? is this a bug in carbide?

    Usually, when I was using VC6 and the command prompt, whenever i add another library, i have to build it in the command prompt before the vc6 reads the new added Libraries...

    anyone? Please....
    readio active sago project

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    Re: adding new library in mmp file

    hi,

    You should add new libraryes thrue project settings: project->linker->input->Additional Dependencies;

    as I know VS each time before build updates mmp from project settings ->
    so if you inserted library in mmp, but not in project -> VS comment this library;

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