taglib won't install (problem with gcc4.0 blacklisted)
rhubbell at ihubbell.com
Wed Sep 24 14:29:27 PDT 2008
On Wed, 2008-09-24 at 14:08 -0600, Bryan Blackburn wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 07:40:10AM -0700, rhubbell said:
> > I don't recall where I got Xcode, I thought it came with the OS.
> > But I'll check that link to see how to upgrade.
> Yes, the OS DVD does include Xcode, but as time goes on that version goes
> further out of date...To upgrade you just download the DMG for the latest
> version and install the packages from it. There should be documentation in
> the DMG if you feel like reading beforehand.
Interesting, I have to sign up for a "free" account (as in beer) to get
Xcode update. The terms of the agreement are scary. There's a clause
that says that "they" can enter your physical location if they want to,
for access to the "prototype".
> > BTW I found a taglib.dmg on the taglib site, if I installed that would
> > worlds collide?
> I'm guessing it'll install in /usr/local which won't break things, but
> anything you install from MacPorts won't see it since they'll be looking only
> for MacPorts-installed items to satisfy dependencies.
Ok, I understand. That makes sense.
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