|Re: Confused about Eclipse Indigo [message #1417257 is a reply to message #1416214]
||Fri, 05 September 2014 03:19
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 09/04/2014 09:38 AM, Dwayne Middleton wrote:|
> Thank You for these links Russell. I think I figured out what the issue
> could be and I might've mentioned it here before.
> When I go to my Android folder to run Eclipse it won't work, I get a
> error message telling me that it failed to run the Java Virtual Machine.
> The only time I can run Eclipse is in the Eclipse folder, not the
> Android one ( I dl'ed both Eclipse and this Android pack
> this is the one I'm trying to use to no avail
> Now I'm trying to overstand and figure out if I have to start over and
> uninstall/install some stuff again, I saw a video tutorial last night
> that showed me the person activating Eclipse in the Android folder. I
> can't do that. I'm assuming because it can't run the Java Virtual
> Machine that I can't access the SDKs in Eclipse PERIOD. Do you think
> this might be the issue as well, why I can't go to Environmental
> Variables and find a path or go to Help/Install New Software and can't
> open the libs folder with those SDKs in them?
Typically, Eclipse is launched via a shortcut (in Windows), a panel
launcher (in a Linux GUI) or whatever Mac guys call theirs (I'm not a
completely idiot, though almost, I just don't remember off the top of my
head: my wife uses a Mac, but I do not).
I think you're running Windows. So, typically you launch by clicking
your shortcut, probably on the taskbar. Eclipse comes up and offers to
open the most recently opened workspace unless at one point you told it
always to open some workspace by default.
You never need to worry about where you are because Eclipse works
relative to a) a workspace and b) wherever your projects are, which by
default is in a workspace, but I always tell it to leave my project
source code and resources wherever I happen to put them which is almost
never in an actual workspace. This is an open of the New Project and
The URL you post is only about wiring up ADT to Eclipse. It's not about
Eclipse development habits. You have to marry the two and Mr. Smiling
Ofer thinks you already know that. This is why following Lars' tutorial
will teach you a great deal though it * * might * * be a little old. If
it still works, and it's probably been updated, it will help you a lot.
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