Android, Ladies and Gentlemen. Android.

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19 Responses:

  1. phuzz says:

    Yo dawg, I heard you like sub-folders...

  2. Scott Cheloha says:

    Is this that "12 levels deep" Java craziness you mentioned?

    • jwz says:

      No, this is just the Mac version of Android Studio having all of the UI kwality that you've come to expect from Linux.

      • N/A says:

        ...except in Linux I've never seen an Android Studio project nest directories like that. That looks like some kind of folder recursion or something weirdly fucking up in /jni

      • Thomas Lord says:

        Back in the day at CMU we used to very nearly expel guys for making subdirectories nest too deep. (True story!)

        • Tim Showalter says:

          kawasaki? I'd love to hear the full story! By the time I heard it he was actually expelled.

  3. The brain damage goes deep.

  4. Eric Hanchrow says:

    I took an Android Programming class, but quit 2/3 through, because the tools were so horrible. Every year or so I try them out to see if they were really as bad as I remembered; they _always_ show "Internal Error" within five minutes.

    I honestly don't know how anyone builds anything for Android.

  5. I have to wonder, why did it stop?

    • jwz says:

      Right? It did it like.... 30 times. With randomly different depths. Then it stopped. It also never made a dialog wider than both of my side-by-side monitors.

      • tfb says:

        I quite like the idea that it might be choosing how stupidly deep to nest things based on screen width. Does it nest deeper if you set font size to be smaller?

      • Kevin Lyda says:

        Does it limit folder nesting based on the XTextWidth (or whatever) of the error string?

    • jwz says:

      Oh, also, "click here to see the diffs" very precisely showed no diffs.

  6. Bill Paul says:

    It's androids all the way down.

  7. Meister Propper says:

    Have you seen the important note at the end of the line?

  8. Space Hobo says:

    From the icon, it is clear that Freemasons are responsible.