gcc: command not found

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by BashStreetYouth, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. macrumors member

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    Hi, thought i'd start doing a bit of c programming and installed xcode from the leopard cd. Tried a basic hello world in the terminal and it says gcc not found. It's there in /Developer/usr/bin What do i do? :eek:
     
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    yeroen

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    Add /Developer/usr/bin to your $PATH environment variable.

    That is in your $HOME/.bash_profile file add this line:

    export PATH=$PATH:/Developer/usr/bin/
     
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    Cromulent

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    The installer should set the path for you. What was the installer called that you clicked on? There is a main installer and two sub installers, you should only run the main one.
     
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    ok, i tried the export PATH thing although i did not have a .bash_profile or .bashrc file so i created one. Still gcc not found.

    EDIT: scrap that. I logged out and back in and it was fine.

    I installed off the Leopard dvd from /optional installs/xcode tools/xcodetools.mpkg

    I tried cc also but no go. gcc and cc work if i go to /Developer/usr/bin in terminal and run ./gcc or./cc from there. When i did run from there, my simple hello world came up with: error: stdio.h: No such file or directory.

    Should i reinstall? or set the PATH also.
     
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    yeroen

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    can you show us the commands you're using to compile your program?
     
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    gcc hello.c -o hello

    If i reinstall should i first just drag the Developer folder to the trash? Will that get rid of everything?
     
  8. macrumors newbie

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    Sorry to bump an old thread. I'm completely new to coding and have recently installed Xcode. I'm aware that I can run files within Xcode but when trying to compile them within terminal (or X11), I have the same error:

    "-bash: gcc: command not found"

    I would be happy to implement what seems to have worked for bashstreetyouth, however, I don't know how to perform the suggested task.

    Is any assistance regarding this possible?

    Mac OS X (Lion) 10.7.5
    Xcode: 4.6.1
    Terminal 2.2.3
     
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    Did you install the Command Line Tools? The install is optional and can be found in Xcode's Preferences under the Downloads tab. Make sure you're looking at components and you should see a button to install/download the Command Line Tools.
     
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    Khachidze

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    i have some problems and is it need to install line tools? is other way?
     
  11. macrumors member

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    I don't understand your question.
     
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    ArtOfWarfare

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    What problem are you having?
     
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    Khachidze

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    installation problem.

    sorry,my english is bad
     
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    ArtOfWarfare

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    What exactly are you trying to install? Xcode from the App Store, Xcode from developer.apple.com, the Command Line Tools from Xcode, or something else?

    What is the exact error message you are getting? (If your OS isn't in English, post the original here for incase someone knows the language + a translation, possibly from Google translate if you can't do it yourself, for incase no one else knows the language.)
     

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