I am having an issue with Titanium on my 64-bit machine. When I go to 'Titanium Studio' -> 'Titanium' in the preferences, I get the following error:
[Titanium SDK Home] The Desktop-SDK root path 'C:\Users\Dan\AppData\Roaming\Titanium\sdk\win32' is not a directory
I tried simply creating that directory, but that doesn't do much. Is there a specific installer for 64-bit Windows machines? I didn't see one.
I'd really like to start using the IDE and see if it meets our needs, but I need to get over this hurdle before I can do anything.
Thanks in advance, Dan
The desktop product has been spun off to an open source project called TideSDK.
Sorry about that, I wasn't specific enough. I am trying to utilize Titanium to build an Android app (it appears that TideSDK is only for developing desktop apps).
So, I guess my question then is, why do I even need the desktop SDK, when I am strictly needing a mobile solution. Is there a way to disable the need for the desktop SDK within the preferences?
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