Mac Installing gcc without Xcode

TouchOfClass

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Oct 22, 2007
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I downloaded the developer tools from Apple and I am trying to install gcc without installing Xcode and all the other tools. I was able to customize the install so that only gcc-4.0 and bsdsdk were installed. gcc is actually installed and appears to be working but stdio.h did not install. I couldn't find the library with 'locate' or 'spotlight' and I checked '/usr/include/'.

The reason I am doing this is that all I need is a command line compiler.
 

TouchOfClass

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Oct 22, 2007
18
1
yup.

gcc is there but no stdio.h. I thought the standard c libraries were in /usr/include.
 
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