I'm now working with Leopard aka OS X v10.5; this is a Leopard problem
Chasing around to see what could be wrong, I find two contradictory bits of information:
In Apple's version of GCC, both
are actually symbolic links
to a compiler named like
; which compiler is linked to may
be changed using the command
% locate gcc_select /usr/sbin/gcc_select /usr/share/man/man8/gcc_select.8 % gcc_select -l This version of gcc_select can be used only on MacOS X 10.4.
It seems this may be connected to the CHUD problem of the previous post.
Here's what worked for me:
gcc_select(it says it doesn't work with 10.5).
/Developer(XCode Tools didn't install properly anyway).
- Reinstall XCode — make sure you install the Unix Developer Support option.
- Run Fink: Selfupdate, then Update-all
Everything worked smoothly.
I still have some problems with Keychain and Kerberos, but I still like Leopard. Cover Flow is helping me clean up my desktop.