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As of Xcode 4.3, the /Developer directory is no longer needed. See: https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/DeveloperTools/Conceptual/WhatsNewXcode/Articles/xcode_4_3.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/1006-SW1
The downloads tab is not available when you open xcode-developer. I found his out by searching in spotlight and noticing two versions could be opened. Open the xcode-main one instead and follow the instructions as above.
The 11-inch MacBook Air would more than suit your needs as far as specs go. But, the screen size makes it hard for developers who are used to multiple monitors or windows side-by-side. On my 11-inch Air, I normally use apps in full-screen mode and use gestures to switch between them quickly, but I sacrifice being able to have side-by-side applications. ...
You can edit in the (very basic) text editor within FileMerge by opening the editor pane -- which is closed by default. To open the editor in FileMerge, drag the dot below the center diff column up to open the editor pane.
An alternative is to use this applescript I wrote: https://gist.github.com/brysgo/9007731 do shell script "xcode-select --install" do shell script "sleep 1" tell application "System Events" tell process "Install Command Line Developer Tools" keystroke return click button "Agree" of window "License Agreement" end tell end tell
My similar issue was solved by updating the packages it relies on. I did this with: install.packages(c("Rcpp", "httpuv", "shiny")) or in general: update.packages()
One very good reason in my book would be the interface - not an MDI-like monolithic structure copied from MSVC, but one with a nice, small project window and source files opening in individual windows. It isn't impossible to add configuration files so that Xcode 3 works with the newer compilers, and if you're using external build systems there shouldn't be ...
I use to gcc-4.8: export CC=/usr/local/bin/gcc export CXX=/usr/local/bin/g++ export CPP=/usr/local/bin/cpp export LD=/usr/local/bin/gcc alias c++=/usr/local/bin/c++ alias g++=/usr/local/bin/g++ alias gcc=/usr/local/bin/gcc alias cpp=/usr/local/bin/cpp alias ld=/usr/local/bin/gcc alias cc=/usr/local/bin/gcc and back to apple gcc: export ...
You have to install them because, starting with version 4.3, Xcode is released as a sandboxed, single app bundle. Before that, Xcode was distributed as an installer called Install Xcode.app. The installer had access to the whole filesystem and created a /Developer directory, where frameworks and additional tools where placed, and installed the command line ...
The command line tools are not installed as part of Xcode. xcode-select does not prove the existence of the command line tools. You have to install them separately.
I know that Finder is not including the space for MobileBackups as used space, but it seems to be connected to backups anyway. I observed that in the "Storage" Tab of "About this Mac" the "Other" space fluctuates heavily, in particular its size grows when you use space, and does not immediately go down when you free space, there seems to be a delay. I ...
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