|Oct 28, 2007, 06:11 PM||#1|
Developer help: GCC with Leopard + Developer tools
On Tiger, installing the Developer Tools was all you needed to do to use GCC at the command line. I installed Leopard today and the new version of the Developer Tools and now I get:
macbook:/ jamie$ gcc -bash: gcc: command not found
|Oct 28, 2007, 06:49 PM||#2|
Make sure that gcc is installed. It resides in /usr/bin in version 10.3 (sorry, have not upgraded from Panther). It may be installed somewhere else, though. Try 'whereis gcc'. Once you know where gcc is located, you can add the location to your $PATH, which you can alter in your .bashrc file (or .cshrc), for example. Just add a colon and the path you found.
|Oct 28, 2007, 07:05 PM||#3|
Thanks, I actually solved this myself - turned out I'd unticked the option for command line tools in the installer. I mustn't have read the description properly. File this under "stupid questions"
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