After leaving the college I spent some time relaxing, to shake off what anxiety had built. Then I procrastinated for an hour, and finally went out to do some more work. I’m only just reinstalling Eclipse again, and it’s already four, and less than an hour before the cafe I’m working at closes.
Hmph, no different here.
“Once Eclipse restarts, you must specify the location of your Android SDK directory:
In the “Welcome to Android Development” window that appears, select Use existing SDKs.”
And yet no such window appears. Maybe I should just download the version of Eclipse already set up to use Android and hope that works with the other things I need?
Blah, now I can’t even delete the eclipse folder. I’ve gotta restart my system…
Okay, restarted and starting on my fourth? Eclipse install of the day. It’s strange though, the file I’m downloading is half the size of what the ADT thing installed before. Did I install two copies without it overwriting maybe? Oh well…
Also, hey Google, you should make it so that when you close a window it gets moved to the top of your history. When the tabs I had open are things I have to dig through my history to find? I don’t like that.
Alright out of time at this place, gotta find another place.