Commit 2d945134 authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen
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Doc - Pull out instructions for setting up development environments for Maemo...

Doc - Pull out instructions for setting up development environments for Maemo and Symbian, to reuse the topics in Nokia Qt SDK documentation (with if defines)
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include(qt-defines.qdocconf)
sources.fileextensions = "qtcreator.qdoc addressbook-sdk.qdoc"
sources.fileextensions = "qtcreator.qdoc maemodev.qdoc symbiandev.qdoc addressbook-sdk.qdoc"
qhp.projects = QtCreator
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/*!
\contentspage index.html
\if defined(qcmanual)
\previouspage creator-developing-maemo.html
\else
\previouspage nokiaqtsdk-gs.html
\endif
\page creator-developing-symbian.html
\if defined(qcmanual)
\nextpage creator-project-managing-sessions.html
\else
\nextpage creator-developing-maemo.html
\endif
\title Setting Up Development Environment for Symbian
For more information about developing applications for the Symbian
platform, select \gui {Help > Index} and look for \gui {Platform Notes},
or see
\l{http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.6/platform-notes-symbian.html}{Platform Notes - Symbian}.
\section1 Hardware and Software Requirements
Windows is the only development platform for the Symbian target
supported at the moment.
For deploying and running applications on the device, you need the
following:
\list
\o The Nokia USB drivers that come with \e{PC Suite} or \e{Ovi Suite}
\o The
\if defined(qcmanual)
\l{http://tools.ext.nokia.com/trk/}{App TRK}
\else
\e {App TRK}
\endif
application for your device
\o The \e{qt_installer.sis} package installed on the device, that is
delivered with the Qt SDK
\o \e {Qt Mobility APIs} installed on the device, if you use them in
applications
\endlist
\if defined(qcmanual)
To run your applications in the Symbian emulator, you also need
to install Carbide.c++ v2.0.0 or higher.
\endif
\section1 Installing Required Applications on Devices
The Nokia Qt SDK installation program creates shortcuts for installing
the required applications on Symbian devices (you can also use any of
the standard methods for installing applications on devices):
\list 1
\o Connect the device to the development PC with an USB cable in
PC Suite Mode. If you have not previously used the device with Ovi Suite
or PC Suite, all the necessary drivers are installed automatically.
This takes approximately one minute.
\o Choose \gui {Start > Nokia Qt SDK > Symbian > Install Qt to Symbian
device} and follow the instructions on the screen to install Qt 4.6.2
libraries on the device.
\o Choose \gui {Start > Nokia Qt SDK > Symbian > Install QtMobility to Symbian
device} and follow the instructions on the screen to install Qt
mobility libraries on the device.
\o Choose \gui {Start > Nokia Qt SDK > Symbian > Install TRK to Symbian
device} and follow the instructions on the screen to install the TRK
debugging application on the device.
\note To check the Symbian platform version of your device, see
\l{http://www.forum.nokia.com/devices}{Device Details}.
\endlist
\note If errors occur during the installation, copy the .sis files from
\c {<NokiaQtSDK_install_path>\Symbian\sis} to the device using USB storage
mode. Then install them from the file manager on the device.
\if defined(qcmanual)
\section1 Adding Symbian Platform SDKs
Nokia Qt SDK contains all the tools you need for developing Qt applications for
Symbian devices. To use Symbian APIs directly in your applications, you can
install additional Symbian Platform SDKs:
\list
\o \l{http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/resources/tools_and_sdks/S60SDK/}
{S60 Platform SDK 3rd Edition FP1 or higher}.
\o Either the GCCE ARM Toolchain that is included in the Symbian
SDKs, or RVCT 2.2 [build 686] or later (which is not available free
of charge)(Your environment needs to find the compiler in the PATH).
\o Qt for Symbian 4.6.2 or later, installed into the Symbian SDKs you want
to use.
\endlist
\section2 Setting Up Qt Creator
When you run Qt Creator after installing the Symbian SDK and Qt for
Symbian, the installed SDKs and their corresponding Qt versions are
automatically detected. For each detected Symbian SDK with Qt, a special entry
is made in the Qt version management settings in \gui{Tools} >
\gui{Options...} > \gui{Qt4} > \gui{Qt Versions}.
\note If you manually add a Qt version for Symbian, you must
also manually specify the Symbian SDK to use for this version.
\image qtcreator-qt4-qtversions-win-symbian.png
If you want to run your applications in the Symbian emulator, you need to
point Qt Creator to the Metrowerks Compiler that you want to use, by
setting the \gui{Carbide directory} of the Qt version to the corresponding
Carbide.c++ installation directory.
You can check which Symbian SDKs and corresponding Qt versions are found in the
\gui{Tools} > \gui{Options...} > \gui{Qt4} > \gui{S60 SDKs} preference
page.
\image qtcreator-qt4-s60sdks.png
\else
\section1 Building and Running Applications
You can test your application on a device by building and running
it from Qt Creator for the \gui {Symbian Device} target.
\list 1
\o Connect the device to the development PC through a USB cable.
The target selector displays a green check mark when a
device is connected.
\image qtcreator-qt4-symbian-device-connected.png
The tool tip of the target selector shows more details about the actual
device that will be used when you run your application.
\o Start the \gui{App TRK} application on your device and deny the
Bluetooth connection.
\o Select \gui Options to select USB as connection type.
\o Click the \gui Run button in Qt Creator.
\endlist
\endif
*/
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