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I am trying to compile VLC on my Mac along with guide on wiki. I am getting the

*** /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.6.sdk does not exist, please install required SDK, or use export OSX_VERSION=10.6 ***

error, but I don't have a /Developer directory. Brew works fine and other compiling, too.

Am I somehow able to specify I want to build on 10.7 framework? I need to compile VLC for translating.

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To specify you want to build on 10.7, use

$ export OSX_VERSION=10.7

If you don't have a /Developer directory you probably have the new version of Xcode which installs itself directly into /Applications.

In that case the equivalent of the /Developer directory would be /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer, so look for a way to tell that to the build script.

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Specifying the version is contained in the guide i liked. I would actually know concrete steps to get it work ;) –  Mailo Apr 7 '12 at 23:09
    
@Mailo: That guide says that to compile you run $ ../extras/package/macosx/build.sh. So just look what that does, and make it look in /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer (or wherever your Developer directory is). Alternatively, just create a symlink at /Developer pointing to wherever your actual Developer directory is. –  houbysoft Apr 7 '12 at 23:15

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