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How do I start a new project in Symbian OS C++?

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This article describes how to create a new Symbian C++ project using Carbide.c++.

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Created: savaj (30 Mar 2009)
Last edited: hamishwillee (09 Feb 2012)


Step 1

Start carbide c/c++ from programs files.


Step 2

Goto File menu->New->Symbian OS Project, and click on it.


Step 3

On clicking Symbian OS projects, IDE show u a dialog to choose a template for your project. Then select appropriate template for your project. for simple GUI application, select S60 GUI Application.


Step 4

On selecting S60 GUI application, IDE show you one more dialog and ask you the name of project. give appropriate name to your project. for example, we give it HelloWorld.


Step 5

After giving name to aplication, IDE ask you to select apropriate SDK for your application (even if you have only one SDK instaled on machine). select S60_3rd and click finish button.


Step 6

On clicking finish button, IDE create project. on project explorer you can see the files generated by IDE. And then start playing with AppUi.cpp and AppView.cpp.


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