Great news, the version of Carbide.c++ has been optimised now to create the third-party applications designed to run on Nokia Symbian devices. This also helps the developers
with a number of performance improvements and support for the tools and features (like the Qt code style) that are required to undertake the development of software using Qt.
Also it, includes support for the Eclipse p2 update services — offering more flexible and easier updates — and single file compiles in Raptor.
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