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02-05-2012 09:13 AM
First let me say that I'm operating under the assumption that the Command Line Tools and the BlackBerry Tools SDK are the same thing. Please correct me if I'm wrong and point me to the correct download. If this is correct though, then here's my isssue:
I have the BlackBerry Tools SDK extraced, to a folder with no spaces. Then in Eclipse, I go to the Window->Preferences->Blackberry->Blackberry Tools SDK Menu. The only option here is to put in the path to the SDK folder. Well I put in the path, and it checks out okay at first, but nothing works in the two submenus. If I close the Preferences menu and return, it finally shows an error on the path saying: "The currently displayed page contains invalid values"
I don't know what could be invalid in the path, everything seems like it should work. Please help.
FYI: Eclipse 3.7.1, Sun JDK 6, Android SDK r16 Windows, Android SDK Tools Rev 16, Android API 10 (2.3.3), and Android ADT 16.0.1 installed
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02-05-2012 10:29 AM
02-05-2012 04:37 PM
02-06-2012 01:34 AM
Ok, so it turns out that it's not the path, it's just the "Bar Signer" screen under the "Blackberry Tools SDK" option that's having the issue. None of the wizards will launch and most of the buttons don't work.
I tried creating a new workspace but that didn't work. I think it might be a bug in the plugin, anyone else having the same problem?
Side note: I've been using the Command Line Tools directly since the Eclipse plugin isn't working. They work great, but I'd still like to get the Eclipse plugin working for convienence.