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  1. #1
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    Question Build configurations in Carbide.c++ Developer Edition

    Is there any easy way, other than re-create the project, to change the SDK for a project? Now i have the S60 3rd Edition SDK in my project, but after i installed the S60 3rd MR SDK I want to use that one in my project instead.

    One other thing I want to know is if there is a way that WINSCW build and GCCE build can share libraries for linking and include paths. Now I have to insert libraries and include paths for each configuration although they look the same.

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    Post Re: Build configurations in Carbide.c++ Developer Edition

    No way you have to go by that complex way


    Chirag

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    Re: Build configurations in Carbide.c++ Developer Edition

    At the moment the only way to change a project's SDK is to make sure the project's MMP file is current, delete the project from the workspace, and re-import it selecting a different SDK.

    Adding libraries and paths to multiple targets at once has been logged as a feature request; it's something we hope to add to a future release.

    Regards,

    Matt P.

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    Re: Build configurations in Carbide.c++ Developer Edition

    Actually, it's possible to define a macro like for example $common_include in Project Settings and use it in every configuration as an include.

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    Re: Build configurations in Carbide.c++ Developer Edition

    The upcoming Carbide.c++ v1.2 will have much better support for adding/changing SDKs and targets.

    Regards,

    Matt P.

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