[Openmcl-devel] Incompatibility with Xcode 4?
rwiker at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 09:00:39 UTC 2011
I installed XCode 4 (the AppStore version) last week, and it appears
that, as part of this, I got /usr/bin/g++-4.2 in addition to
/usr/bin/g++-4.0. /usr/bin/g++ (a symlink) has also been changed, so
that it now points at g++-4.2.
So, it would appear that the XCode install also updates the command-line tools.
I just tried (rebuild-ccl :full t) (i.e, no SVN update), and that
failed. I then tried (rebuild-ccl :full t :update t); that, too,
I think I've seen this discussed on this mailing list earlier, so I'll
take another look at the archives.
Note: The AppStore version costs $4.99 (or NOK 29). This is about the
equivalent of a third of a pint of beer, and I don't think this is
unreasonable for a 4.5GB download. The main problem to me is that it
appears that I have to do the AppStore thing on all my computers,
instead of downloading on one and copying the image/installer to the
On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 9:30 AM, Tim Bradshaw <tfb at tfeb.org> wrote:
> On 16 Mar 2011, at 00:40, Gary Palter wrote:
>> I believe both Xcode 3 and 4 installers now default to not installing the command line tools to force the developer to decide what to do.
> Does anyone know what the app-store version of 4 does? The (small number of) other app-store things I have just magically install themselves without offering you any options, so in particular I'm wondering whether it offers you the option to install the command-line tools or just does a default install without them (which would make it useless to me, since all I ever use is the command line...).
> For what it costs I could try, except I don't have a scratch machine to possibly-mangle.
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