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    Re: Tutorial Carbide.C++ Express, Chapter Debug

    Generally it is not possible. Symbian uses ordinal-based imports, so the names of the methods/functions are simply not present in the Symbian .dll file. In .dll files for the emulator you may find something, just that .lib file will not be useful for device builds.

    Based on the original topic of this thread you might be asking about creating the .lib file for your own .dll project: that happens via using the freeze command of abld.bat, or the freeze command in Carbide.c++. After freezing the interface, the next rebuild of the project will also produce the import library. For development purposes you can also use the EXPORTUNFROZEN option of the .mmp file, which causes the creation of the import library, even if the project is not frozen.
    Note that GCCE uses (and creates) the .dso files in epoc32\release\armv5\lib, so it will not generate .lib files there.

    And this is obviously not a feedback, and has little to do with the original topic of this thread.

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    Re: Tutorial Carbide.C++ Express, Chapter Debug

    Thanks for answering my question although i posted it in a wrong thread. Can you please direct me to the right thread? I'm having a hard time where to ask my questions. Thanks again. :]

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    Re: Tutorial Carbide.C++ Express, Chapter Debug

    Quote Originally Posted by niko219 View Post
    Thanks for answering my question although i posted it in a wrong thread. Can you please direct me to the right thread? I'm having a hard time where to ask my questions. Thanks again. :]
    If you are looking to start a new thread you can choose an appropriate forum and start a new thread.
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...hp?6-Symbian-C
    For example you can post in the General Symbian C++ sub-forum. In the sub forum you have the 'Post New thread' button which is useful to do this
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...eral-Symbian-C

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