I'm a mac noob, and a terminal noob.
I'm used to installing things in Windows, and now I'm trying to set up Eclipse with the Android SDK on Mac and I'm having some trouble.
I downloaded Eclipse and stuck it in a folder I called Android, then downloaded the Android SDK and stuck it in that folder as well. The next step of these instructions says this:
Update your PATH environment variable to know about the Android tools. There are different ways of setting your default PATH variable. I use ~/.bash_login but ~/.bash_profile also works. The Android tools are in the tools directory of the Android SDK. So this is what I added to .bash_login: export PATH=$PATH:/Android/android-sdk-mac_x86/tools
I have absolutely no idea what any of that means. Can someone help to dumb it down a little for me? That instruction presupposes way too much Mac/unix knowledge on my part.