Hi fellow programmers on OS X. I just got a new Leopard install up and running on my 76GB HD. I need gcc and gdb plus all libraries for C and C++ programming, but am not keen on installing all of Xcode because, a. it takes up about 2.5GB on my small HD, b. I will use Emacs and gdb instead of the Xcode IDE. I read here http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=374259 about a guy who modified the Xcode installer to just install gcc. Does anyone know how I can do a similar modification to get gcc and gdb plus the libraries? Is it simply a matter of deleting packages from the diskimage? And if so, which package contains gdb and the libraries? Thanks a lot for any help.