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OSX 10.9: GCC standalone (non-admin)

I have a Mac Mini at home, with my own administrator account. My school provides MacBook Airs. I have XCode installed on the Mini, but I only use the command line extensions-- GCC, G++, etc. I don't ...
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How do I install GCC and make on a mac without administrator access or using Xcode?

I'd like to install gcc and make on my Macbook Air, but I don't have root access on it. I found this link through searching on google, but I have no idea how to set up the prefix's so that the actual ...
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Uninstall OSX-gcc-installer without first installing Xcode

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What is the relationship between the OS release, the XCode release, and the default compiler?

If you run: 'cc --version' or 'c++ --version' on a modern OS X with XCode and the command line tools installed (in my case, Mountain Lion with XCode 4.6.x) you will see that the default C ...
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How to install g++-45 with Homebrew

I have installed gcc45 by using brew tap homebrew/versions & brew install gcc45. However, I can not find g++-4.5 in /usr/local/bin. How can I install g++-4.5 separately by Homebrew? Thanks. My ...
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Problems with gdb 7.5.1 debugging executable built via g++ 4.7.2 [closed]

I've been updating my Mac toolchain in order to take advantage of C++11 features and eventually get pretty-print debugging of STL data structures. I used Homebrew to build the gcc 4.7.2 compiler. I've ...
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Xcode update for 10.6.8

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 ...