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Hi
i am creating my dll using visual studio 2003.
But when i am trying to run it on emulator or simulor it is saying unable to start application.
Actually it is large project n running fine if dll is created using ant.
i am trying to make it through visual studio workspace so as to compile it run time.
but dll is not working.
this project is :using gnude 4+version.
please help me :mad:

can you tell which version of Brew Simulator are u using ?

can you tell which version of Brew Simulator are u using ?

on any simulator.
actually how i don't know how to link visual studio with gnude compiler
may it is required

on any simulator.
actually how i don't know how to link visual studio with gnude compiler
may it is required

ritasakhuja wrote:on any simulator.
actually how i don't know how to link visual studio with gnude compiler
may it is required
If you have provided the correct environment variables for the GNUDE complier on the installation time, it automatically gets linked to the BREW addins.
Please check those are correct.
My GNUDE environment variables goes like these:-
PATH: C:\gnude\bin;C:\gnude\arm-elf\bin (user variables)
GCCHOME: C:\gnude (system variables)
GCCLIBPATH: C:\gnude\lib\gcc-lib\arm-elf\3.3.1 (system variables)
For Brew AddIn
BREWADDINS: %BREWSDKTOOLSDIR%\VSAddins (system variables)
Hope this help you.
Akshay

ritasakhuja wrote:on any simulator.
actually how i don't know how to link visual studio with gnude compiler
may it is required
If you have provided the correct environment variables for the GNUDE complier on the installation time, it automatically gets linked to the BREW addins.
Please check those are correct.
My GNUDE environment variables goes like these:-
PATH: C:\gnude\bin;C:\gnude\arm-elf\bin (user variables)
GCCHOME: C:\gnude (system variables)
GCCLIBPATH: C:\gnude\lib\gcc-lib\arm-elf\3.3.1 (system variables)
For Brew AddIn
BREWADDINS: %BREWSDKTOOLSDIR%\VSAddins (system variables)
Hope this help you.
Akshay