I've installed 3rdEd SDK on linux using instructions from
Now I'm wondering if I can use that to compile pyS60 C++ extensions.
I would guess that after installing the pyS60 SDK on top of it, I could.
My question is what should the .mmp contain?
In fact I'd be happy with a shell script or a regular Makefile.
Just trying with an existing pyS60 extension .mmp for windows I get nothing in the great perl tradition. By nothing I mean no error messages, but nothing seems to get generated or compiled either.
Has anyone else been down this path?