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  1. #1
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    Include path not found (oem)

    Hi

    Just started to learn Symbian OS C++ by using Carbide.c++ Express, I followed the tutorial on http://www.adobe.com/devnet/devices/..._launcher.html and then built the project. I always get the following errors that I cannot resolve.
    The error in red is a directory that doesn't exist for sure but how is the directory get created ? (I'm not an OEM level user)
    The error in blue is a directory that's already exist but don't know why it still complain include path not found.

    I really appreciate if you can point me to the right direction to figure out the problem

    Thanks
    David

    Severity Description Resource In Folder Location Creation Time Id
    2 *** [C:/Symbian/Carbide/workspace/HelloFlash/sis/HelloFlash.sis] Error 1 HelloFlash December 16, 2006 7:03:20 PM 435
    1 Invalid project path: Include path not found (C:\Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\epoc32\include\oem). HelloFlash December 16, 2006 7:03:05 PM 430
    1 Invalid project path: Include path not found (C:\Symbian\Carbide\workspace\HelloFlash\S60 3.1 Phone (GCCE) Release [S60_3rd_FP1]\). HelloFlash December 16, 2006 7:03:05 PM 429
    1 no newline at end of file[C://Symbian//Carbide//workspace//HelloFlash//inc/HelloFlash.hrh:22] HelloFlash line 29 December 16, 2006 7:03:20 PM 434
    1 C://Symbian//9.2//S60_3rd_FP1//epoc32//include/eikmenup.h warning: enumeral mismatch in conditional expression: `TFalse' vs `TTrue' HelloFlash line 242 December 16, 2006 7:03:20 PM 431
    1 enumeral mismatch in conditional expression: `TFalse' vs `TTrue'[C://Symbian//9.2//S60_3rd_FP1//epoc32//include/eikmenup.h] HelloFlash line 242 December 16, 2006 7:03:20 PM 432
    1 warning: no newline at end of file HelloFlash.hrh HelloFlash/inc line 22 December 16, 2006 7:03:20 PM 433

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    Re: Include path not found (oem)

    Quote Originally Posted by davidchang168
    Hi

    Severity Description Resource In Folder Location Creation Time Id
    2 *** [C:/Symbian/Carbide/workspace/HelloFlash/sis/HelloFlash.sis] Error 1 HelloFlash December 16, 2006 7:03:20 PM 435
    1 Invalid project path: Include path not found (C:\Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\epoc32\include\oem). HelloFlash December 16, 2006 7:03:05 PM 430
    1 Invalid project path: Include path not found (C:\Symbian\Carbide\workspace\HelloFlash\S60 3.1 Phone (GCCE) Release [S60_3rd_FP1]\).433
    The \oem\ folder is there as part of a template created project and exists so that the S60 3rd project can work with standard SDKs and licensee kits that have this path. Just delete it from your include paths.

    The second one is probably from the indexer doing a preliminary parse before you have done a build becuase the build directory (where the makefiles are generated) do not exist yet.

    Hope this helps,
    Tim

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    Re: Include path not found (oem)

    Quote Originally Posted by timm-ah View Post
    The \oem\ folder is there as part of a template created project and exists so that the S60 3rd project can work with standard SDKs and licensee kits that have this path. Just delete it from your include paths.

    The second one is probably from the indexer doing a preliminary parse before you have done a build becuase the build directory (where the makefiles are generated) do not exist yet.

    Hope this helps,
    Tim
    the same error to me, thanks

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    Re: Include path not found (oem)

    Quote Originally Posted by timm-ah View Post
    The \oem\ folder is there as part of a template created project and exists so that the S60 3rd project can work with standard SDKs and licensee kits that have this path. Just delete it from your include paths.
    And even on a licensee kit that has the oem include directory, you don't have to specify it in your MMP file SYSTEMINCLUDE statements. It has already been specified as a system include path by toolchain default settings.

    Lauri

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