I am trying to run Android project using Maven in Mac 10.7.4, for that I need to set environment and path variables.
This are the steps I need to follow to run android using Maven
Maven 3.0.3+ installed,
Set environment variable ANDROID_HOME to the path of your installed Android SDK and add $ANDROID_HOME/tools as well as $ANDROID_HOME/platform-tools to your $PATH. (or on Windows %ANDROID_HOME%\tools and %ANDROID_HOME%\platform-tools).
MacOS users: Note that for the path to work on the commandline and in IDE's started by launchd you have to set it in /etc/launchd.conf and NOT in .bashrc or something else
But I am very new to OS X so I don't know how to set it. I seen this post but I get stuck in Step 4, saving the
etc/launchd.conf file after entering the paths.
How do I set environment variables globally?
What do I need to open, edit, save the