[Loadstone] Some Development questions of a parcialy greenhorn
shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Tue Aug 30 22:32:11 BST 2011
I normally do loadstone development in linux so don't know much about
getting it compiled under windows but it should be possible. I think you'll
need code warior or carbide for the compilation and then the nokia sdks for
the various versions. The sdks come with documentation about setting them up
under windows (windows is what they're originally for). To compile the
latest svn version you'll need the various plugin packs for third and fifth
edition. You can ignore anything about qt, loadstone doesn't use anything to
do with qt at the moment. Getting all this working will be a challenge,
Nokia hasn't exactly made things easy when it comes to development. Good
On Tue, 30 Aug 2011, J. wrote:
> Hi Listers,
> I intend to have a look on the source of LS, to see, what I
> can do for the project - if I can do anything. I'm fameliar
> with programming in several languages and plattforms, but
> two basics for LS are missing yet. But for some of You the
> answers to following questions may bee easy to give.
> 1. Whitch C++ IDE is best to install on W7 to view and
> compile the existing project and/or do my first steps?
> 2. Whitch furthor plugins or librarys are to bee installed
> in addition?
> If there is a tutorial, that answers this questins in an
> easy to understand way - not the one on the relating nokia
> site, whitch allways writes about QT - just let me know.
> Many thanks already now
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