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  1. #1
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    missing drive letter in .pkg generation

    When building a project for Release, the process that create the different .pkg files for each target miss to include the drive letter when substitute $(EPOCROOT).
    I had to include C: at the top level .pkg file even though my EPOCROOT already has it.
    Like this:
    ....
    ; Symbols set up for the source location are Carbide.c++ specific symbols
    "C:$(EPOCROOT)epoc32\release\$(PLATFORM)\$(TARGET)\Test02.app" -"!:\system\apps\Test02\Test02.app"
    ....
    The change was necessary because my WorkSpace is in a different drive.

    My developement environment:
    - Windows XP Pro SP2, spanish version
    - Carbide C++ Express
    - Active Perl 5.6.1 build 638
    - Series 60 2nd Ed. SDK, FP2 - supporting CodeWarrior

    Apologize if this isn't the correct place to post this.

    Regards,
    -Hernán.

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    Re: missing drive letter in .pkg generation

    Quote Originally Posted by hfoffani
    The change was necessary because my WorkSpace is in a different drive.
    Oh, so that was the problem... I had the workspace in a different drive as well, and makesis could not recognize the $(EPOCROOT) value. So I now moved the workspace in the same disk drive of the SDk and everything (finally!!) works fine. I can generate the SIS files.

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