Getting Most out of Carbide.c++ Build System

Carbide.c++ Build OptionsThe Carbide.c++ team at Nokia has just published a series of articles that explains the Carbide.c++ build system in-depth and how to get the most out of it. A recommended read for all developing software with Carbide.c++.

Happy coding!

Ever Wondered What Macros are Defined for your Project?

Carbide.c++ Build ConfigurationA colleague of mine recently popped down at my desk, asking me if there was an easy way to find the macros defined for a Symbian project build configuration. Given that a macro can originate form different places, its not always a easy guess. Of course you can look at the usual suspects, like the HRH file for the platform (\epoc32\include\variant\Symbian_OS_*.hrh) and the MMP file itself for the MACRO directive, but it won’t give you the full list, since the Symbian tool chain will insert its own on top. So how do you get it? Enter Carbide.c++ build configurations.

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Am I Dreaming?

Just glancing through today’s Google News headline page reveals the following headlines:

China Withdraws from Tibet, with Apologies
Peace payments to Iraq a “phenomenal success”
Amnesty International reports massive drop in detainments
Gaza-West Bank divisions disappearing
Darfur peace process well underway
Music publishers: DRM has been unprofitable
Long-awaited spray-on solar coating now available
Big Three Unveil Emissions-Free Lineup
Sick of spam? New method stops it for good

Whew! That’s a lot of good news for a day. Can’t remember when was the last time I saw such a positive series of headlines.

There’s hope afterall, maybe…

P.S. There’s even Rowling: “I have heaps more to write about Harry”.
I’m speachless!