On Fri, Dec 04, 2009 at 03:52:22PM -0500, David Ex wrote:
> To make this relivant, I run kubuntu kosmic koala on my Eee 900. That being
Still wasn't remotely relevant, but I will give you bonus points for trying
> Ok, I would like to try and make an Android app. I've done programing in
> the past but Im not that savvy with IDEs (i always
> used Kate!).
> All the info on Android app creation told me to get the ADV thingie from
> google as to use it as a way to make a plug-in for Eclipse.
> i have a problem when I go to make an Android app; I can't.
> I go to new file->project->Android->new Android project
> and then Im prompted by a wizard to name the project and all that but I
> cannot go any further Becca's as soon as i type in the project name I am
> told that I need to specify an SDK target.
> I've looked around and i guess this has happened to other people too.
> Unfortunately i have not been able to find a solution to this issue.
> I assume that the "target" is a type of file that refers to Android 1.0,1.5,
> or 2.0 etc... so that Eclipse knows what to build exactly. But can anyone
> tell me what exactly is being asked? I do have some programing exp, but
> like said IDEs are not my thing... Any help would be great!
Did you install the Android SDK?
This is what I followed a few weeks back on a friends machine to get her up
and running with the Android SDK so she could teach the rest of us how to
hack on mobile goodness.
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