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    Could not open file.h

    I try to test helloworldbasic using carbide c++ and have a problem with 100 errors about it can't open some file with .h,.rsg,pan,.hrh etc.
    What can I do?Is it about include path?

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    Re: Could not open file.h

    any solutions guys...me too tryin to work out the same problem...
    Carbide.c++ help is so annoying and crap....

    i appreciate the team who developed this tool ...but sorry guys this tool is light years behind Visual C++(take any version)... forget it but start building plugin for VS 2005 it will world of good...

    Oh!! Carbide...
    Truly Symbian...
    MaXiMuSeSuNnY.

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    Re: Could not open file.h

    Quote Originally Posted by PoY
    I try to test helloworldbasic using carbide c++ and have a problem with 100 errors about it can't open some file with .h,.rsg,pan,.hrh etc.
    What can I do?Is it about include path?
    Yes it probably is the path. remember there are two paths <> and "" make sure the user path is correct as is the system path.

    Often if you fix one you fix them all.

    Ron

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