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  1. #1
    Regular Contributor
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    Carbide warns and does not execute the application

    Hi,
    i succesfully run s60 fp3 apps in the codewarrior,
    however in carbide, i form a new s60 helloworld application and when i build it,
    it gives a warning:
    "The system cannot find the file specified.[make ]"

    and when i press run. The carbide runs the emulator and when i try to execute my helloworld application in the emulator, emulator says that there is a system error and does not execute the application...
    can u help, please...

  2. #2
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    Re: Carbide warns and does not execute the application

    Hi!
    i am using Carbide .C++ for last one and half month and for every time i build i get 2 consistent warnings one is "CTags not installed or not in path" and the one you have mentioned but it is not affecting my performance i.e i am able to run my application successfully on my emulator for SDK s60 fp3, so is it the only warning you are getting or you are getting some other errors

    VIVEK

  3. #3
    ortiv
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    Re: Carbide warns and does not execute the application

    Unfortunately I get the same warning: The system cannot find the file specified.[make ]

    When I try to see my application on the emulator under Carbide.C++ the emulator runs but I can't find my application among the icons. I'm newbie in Carbide.C++

    Is there anybody who can help me? Thanks a lot.

  4. #4
    Nokia Developer Expert
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    Re: Carbide warns and does not execute the application

    What SDK are you using? This error should not prevent your app from being built.

    Regards,

    Matt P.

  5. #5
    ortiv
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    Re: Carbide warns and does not execute the application

    Hi Matt,

    I do appreciate your reply. Thanks a lot.

    I'm using S60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 3 SDK to develop my application. Before I start to use Carbide everything was going well that's why I thought I misconfigured the Emulator somewhere.

    Do you have any idea?

    Thanks again,

    Regards,
    Tivadar

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