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Why are there no error details?

System Windows XP Pro

I have installed all the Android SDK stuff, done all the updates, put paths in the System variables, created an AVD, run the Android emulator, installed Titanium, run the mobile update.
BUT when I come to try a Hello world demo I get Project Creation Error and THAT'S ALL I GET. There are over 800 people viewing these error reports, but no effective solutions.
Someone gave the COMMAND LINE post to access the error details ON A MAC, but there are no posts from appcelerator I can find.
Yeah I did command line 25 years ago. If you want this Titanium thingy to catch on it's ANDROID on a PC you need to get to work, work well, be user friendly. "You got it wrong but I'm not telling why" for a developer interface is just pathetic. Leaving bloggers to sort it out for each other is a cop out too.
Am I the only one who is well unimpressed by this experience? Any useful solutions?

— asked November 3rd 2010 by Ian Berry
  • android
  • creation
  • error
  • project
  • windows
1 Comment
  • Did you set the log level to Trace. To get all of the errors? You should also post actual logs of the errors so that people have something concrete to work with.

    — commented November 3rd 2010 by Don Thorp

2 Answers

  • You don't have to use Ti, you may use Ti. If you don't want to use it, don't.

    • Have you installed Android SDK?
    • Have you given Ti the path to the Android SDK?
    • Have you installed all the Android SDK updates? (run android.exe for windows or tools/android for apple)
    • Has Ti write rights in the directory you are creating the project?

    Command line is the future of IT specialists!

    — answered November 3rd 2010 by Peter Griffin
  • Yes I did all that (see original post).

    So what is the command line stuff for Windows then, please?

    — answered November 3rd 2010 by Ian Berry
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