tar xfz android-sdk_r16_linux.tgz
./android update sdk --no-ui
At this point you should have adb in ‘android-sdk-linux/platform-tools‘. This is pretty much everything you need to compile unless you want to use Eclipse. If you are just learning how to use the SDK, you should continue on to Android’s Dev Guide or perform the ‘Hello World’ Tutorial.
With the release of Lion (OSX 10.7), they’ve stopped shipping the 10.5 SDK in X code. That’s a problem for me and the users of Ames Stereo Pipeline (ASP) since ISIS currently only builds against 10.5. If you are interested in building ASP on your new mac laptop, you’ll need to follow the instructions bellow to setup a development environment that is compatible with OSX 10.5.
You need the following:
Laptop with no install of XCode currently
The install dmg for XCode 4 or equivalent from the AppStore.
Step 2 Mount but don’t run the XCode 3.2.6. Inside that new volume you’ll find a hidden ‘Packages’ folder that contains MacOSX10.5.pkg. Run that and it will install the missing SDK to /Developer/SDKs/.
> open xcode_3.2.6_and_ios_sdk_4.3.dmg
> cd /Volumes/Xcode\ and\ iOS\ SDK/Packages
> open MacOSX10.5.pkg
You might want to double check that the 10.5 SDK is installing into the /Developer folder and not just root.
Step 3 This old SDK is missing some symlinks to be compatible with the new Darwin 11. You’ll need to add them with the following commands.