Installation and Setup Guide
If you don't have TextMate, download it here. In addition, the bundle requires the Android SDK and Apache ANT. Download the Android SDK for OS X. Unzip and note the location of your "android-sdk-mac" folder. I placed my folder at "/Developer/Android/android-sdk-mac". If you do not already have Ant installed on your system (you'll have it if you installed Xcode), visit the Apache Ant site.
- Double-click on android.tmbundle to install bundle.
- In TextMate > Preferences > Advanced > Shell Variables, add the Variable ANDROID_SDK with the Value of your sdk folder path. In my case, it is "/Developer/Android/android-sdk-mac".
- Now you need to install some Android packages. In TextMate > Bundles > Android, click on SDK & AVD Manager and select Available Packages (if the manager does not show up, the ANDROID_SDK variable is incorrect), choose the platforms you would like to develop on (I just chose Android 2.0 which is already 71MB). If you get a HTTPS SSL error, click on "Settings" and check "Force https://..." (Don't forget to press Save & Apply). The manager will download a bunch of things and may take a while depending on how many packages you chose.
- Follow the tutorial to ensure the bundle and android SDK is working properly.