Talk:Symbian OS Error Codes
Although the content of this article have only table showing error value its name and suggested text, this article is very useful because it is not possible to remember name of all error value. Symbian documented these errors code in different header files, so reading error code name and text from these header files is difficult. Article will be useful to both for beginners and for experienced developers.
@Hamish: The NewLC link given in Resources section takes the user to the home page of NewLC & no error codes are available on it any more.Should i delete the link or else
10:07, 24 January 2012 (EET)
I've removed links and copied in a cache of the content from NewLC - this is OK w.r.t. copyright because all this stuff is copied direct from source code anyway. If you or anyone else has time, feel free to copy this content into the big list above (I've hidden the copied content behind a toggle).
I've asked NewLC if they can restore links and content, but this is apparently "non trivial and not a priority". As such, if you see a NewLC link, then consider carefully whether it can be removed. If it can, then feel free to delete.
01:06, 25 January 2012 (EET)
CLTSchwarz - QT Points to wrong locationWhen QMake in QT is run it still points to wiki.forum.nokia etc....
00:04, 23 August 2012 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - CLTSchwarz - can you raise a defect against the tool?It shouldn't be a problem because of redirects, but would be good if you could raise a defect. If not, what is the command line invocation that you're using to see wiki.forum.nokia etc?
09:23, 24 August 2012 (EEST)