|Dec 17, 2012, 04:43 PM||#1|
Why does a Bash command return "is a directory"?
When I follow the steps for starting a new Cordova PhoneGap project for Eclipse (following these directions), I drag Android's /bin directory to the Terminal window first (which contains the create script), then type in:
./create /Users/Steve/Documents/PhoneGap_apps/PhoneGap_apps/appName2 com.companyname.appName2 appName2
... to create the project.
But what I get in return is:
-bash: /Users/Steve/Downloads/phonegap-phonegap-8a3aa47/lib/android/bin: is a directory
The appName2 directory is not created.
Why do I get that "is a directory" notice, and how do I resolve it to create the directory?
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