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  1. #1
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    Q:Why wont people run S60 3rd ED Maintenance Release with Carbide.C++

    Hi all,
    Like the title says WHY?
    The update is available at

    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n...3.749.zip.html


    HelloWorldBasic Example fails with the base version.
    Why are people loading the base version and Carbide C++ and complaining this example will not build.
    YES everyone should realise this by now. There have been comments that his has been around is since 2005.

    BUT there is "S60 3rd Edition SDK for Symbian OS, for C++, Maintenance Release", why use the old version!.
    This the answer see the description

    file name: S60-SDK-0616-3.0-mr.3.749.zip

    description: The S60 SDK for Symbian OS enables application development for devices based on S60 platform using C++. The SDK is based on S60 3rd Edition platform and Symbian OS 9.1. The SDK includes all key functionalities needed for application development (documentation, API reference, emulator) excluding IDE. This release is a maintenance release (MR) fixing several issues with the emulator and toolchain. The documentation set has also been updated.

    date of publication: 2006-06-16

    type: Software Development Kit
    Yes its been here nearly two months.

    dont give quotes of
    "I downloaded a version of 2005 and it does not work"

    Load the newest version then if there is still a problem make a specific complaint.


    If you dont want to use MR and prefer version 1.0 problems to 1.1 working say why here?.


    Jim
    Last edited by jimgilmour1; 2006-08-06 at 04:05.

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    Re: Q:Why wont people run S60 3rd ED Maintenance Release with Carbide.C++

    Ugh, the man has spoken!

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    Re: Q:Why wont people run "S60 3rd ED FP1" with Carbide.C++

    Hi,
    Well I suppose this will be the same old story of people not downloading and using the lastest release. No problems on the Nokia E61 Forum Champions Edition. Works well on Carbide Express.

    If only to read the Carbide C++ help and S60 v9.2 help which is NOT available on Symbian Developer site yet!.

    (yes! carbide.C++ recognised as IDE in s60 3rd FP1)

    See thread for more and dowload pointer

    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...ad.php?t=92239

    Jim
    Last edited by jimgilmour1; 2006-10-18 at 15:37.

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    Re: Q:Why wont people run S60 3rd ED Maintenance Release with Carbide.C++

    Well, in my case, the situation is exactly the other way around. On the MR SDK, in the emulator, when I exit from my application, the whole emulator crashes. This doesn't happen though on the "normal" 3rd Edition SDK. Didn't try with the FP1 yet.

    S.

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    Re: Q:Why wont people run S60 3rd ED Maintenance Release with Carbide.C++

    I think the reason could be because the link given for downloading SDKs after installing Carbide.c++ points to the old 3rd Ed SDK rather than the Maintenance Release version.

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    Re: Q:Why wont people run S60 3rd ED Maintenance Release with Carbide.C++

    I spent one whole precious weekend night doing just downloading and installing of carbide.c++ express and s60 3rd edition MR on my home computer. For some reason carbide doesnt recognise the presence of the SDK. When I had installed it on my work computer(a month earlier), everything went well(thank God...I still have a job as a Symbian developer becoz of that ).

    All attempts to understand this issue fails. I seem to have done everything exactly the way I had done with my work computer. I dont understand.

    Oh btw, I can compile and build from the command prompt(in my home computer), but Carbide...naah, it doesnt seem to know SDK at all!!!

    Cheers!
    Neil
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    Using
    Tool:S60 3rd Edition SDK for Symbian OS, Maintenance Release
    IDE : Carbide.c++ Express Version:1.0
    -------------------------------------------------------------

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    Re: Q:Why wont people run S60 3rd ED Maintenance Release with Carbide.C++

    Got my answer..and I would love to help people like me stuck.
    In my case it might be because I have a Finnish version of windows in C drive. Carbide tries to check the presence of SDK by looking at the devices in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symbian.

    In my case this path does not exist. my guess is if I can create this scenerio for carbide to get its path, then it should work....cant wait to go home and try!!

    Cheers!
    Neil
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    Using
    Tool:S60 3rd Edition SDK for Symbian OS, Maintenance Release
    IDE : Carbide.c++ Express Version:1.0
    -------------------------------------------------------------

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