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Command line tools
Warning: The Abld/bldmake toolchain described here is deprecated - replaced by "Raptor" (SBSv2). Detailed documentation for SBSv2 is provided in the document "Raptor Build System", and the "Raptor Quick Reference"article just gives a brief overview of the syntax and how it compares with abld. Both of these documents are reproduced in the word document inside the root of File:Raptor-project.zip.
Command line (command line interface) is a means for interacting with a computer using a text terminal via command prompts. Software that implements such interface is called a command line interpreter or shell. Windows command interpreter is cmd.exe.
Below is an example of how to build a Symbian C++ project from command line using the abld/bldmake (SBSv1) toolchain.
abld build winscw udeb
Click the thumbnail image below to see a sample output from Windows' cmd.exe.