Why not separate the installation packages for standalone installation

Why not separate the installation packages for standalone installation

Hi,

So far, I found the installation of Beacon Mountain will install all packages on my PC, but frequently I just need some of packages indeed, so I have to redownload and reinstall too many the packages that I have installed including Android ADT, SDK, NDK, Eclipse, GPA and so on, even actually these packages are out of date, whether Beacon Mountain can support separated installation or selected options for installation to permit users can install what they need?

Thanks a lot!

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Hi,

  Great timing.  Today, Intel released INDE (Integrated Development Environment) for Windows.  The Framework portion of INDE replaces the functionality of Beacon Mountain.  The Framework allows what you are looking for, where you can choose the components you want to install.    

 

Here is the link: http://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-inde

Pleas let us know what you think.

Thanks,

    Chuck

Hi Chuck,

It is very helpful, thanks a lot!

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