This one is driving me crazy: I need to use lot of stuff which simply does not compile with the standard clang/llvm compilers which come with Xcode 5 (on Mac OS X 10.8), so I decided to install gcc47 ...
I am trying to run kivy on Mac and it relies on my Xcode arm gcc compiler. I already tryied to answer this question in a stackoverflow question but here I we again... Where to find the arm apple ...
i'm migrating from linux machine to mac os x. I was used to write c++ application (for opengl and opencv application mainly) using vim as editor. Now, i have installed XCode on a new 10.8 mac os x ...
I would like to use a newer version of Xcode (current version on my system is 3.2.4) and the command line tools (gcc & make). I have tried to install Xcode through the Mac App Store, however I ...
I have a Mac with OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard. I'm trying very hard to learn the basics of programming in C, but I can't get my first simple program to run. I read online to go to Xcode Preferences -> ...
I am looking forward to migrate my c++ code to C++11, which might requires at least g++ 4.6. So what is the GCC installed on Mountain Lion?