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Creating, Installing and Testing the module DLL
Once a module has been implemented, it must be compiled, linked into a DLL, the DLL installed on the device and tested.
How this happens depends to a large extent on your operating system, the SDK installed and whether you use an IDE like Carbide.c++ or not.
There are also differences between Symbian 2nd Edition and Symbian 3rd Edition due to the introduction of platform security, both with respect to compilation and installation.
The following example assumes you use a standard Symbian SDK on Windows, e.g. downloaded from developer.nokia.com. This is often absolutely sufficient to develop native m modules. But of course you can also use fancy IDEs or your Linux based Symbian development environment . As the NMI SDK is reasonably simple, configuring it for your environment should also be straightforward.
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