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I've just upgraded to Yosemite, and I'm getting the following dialog box:

Message asking to choose between Get Xcode and Install

The "cc" command requires the command line developer tools. Would you like to install the tools now?The "cc" command requires the command line developer tools. Would you like to install the tools now?

Choose Install to continue. Choose Get Xcode to install Xcode and the command line developer tools from the App Store.

Get XcodeNot nowInstall

What is the difference between the two? In particular, does "Install" have a smaller download thansize than the "Get Xcode" option?

I've just upgraded to Yosemite, and I'm getting the following dialog box:

Message asking to choose between Get Xcode and Install

The "cc" command requires the command line developer tools. Would you like to install the tools now?

Choose Install to continue. Choose Get Xcode to install Xcode and the command line developer tools from the App Store.

What is the difference between the two? In particular, does "Install" have a smaller download than the "Get Xcode" option?

I've just upgraded to Yosemite, and I'm getting the following dialog box:

Message asking to choose between Get Xcode and Install

The "cc" command requires the command line developer tools. Would you like to install the tools now?

Choose Install to continue. Choose Get Xcode to install Xcode and the command line developer tools from the App Store.

Get XcodeNot nowInstall

What is the difference between the two? In particular, does "Install" have a smaller download size than the "Get Xcode" option?

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Difference between "Get Xcode" and "Install"

I've just upgraded to Yosemite, and I'm getting the following dialog box:

Message asking to choose between Get Xcode and Install

The "cc" command requires the command line developer tools. Would you like to install the tools now?

Choose Install to continue. Choose Get Xcode to install Xcode and the command line developer tools from the App Store.

What is the difference between the two? In particular, does "Install" have a smaller download than the "Get Xcode" option?