New user wants to write c code in Xcode

Ryan Schmidt ryandesign at
Thu Jun 17 13:55:36 PDT 2010

On Jun 17, 2010, at 15:42, arvand tiv wrote:

> On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 12:15 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Jun 17, 2010, at 13:43, arvand tiv wrote:
>> > /Developer/usr/bin/gdb: line 88: sed: command not found
>> Does /usr/bin/sed exist and work? If not, put it back; it's an integral part of Mac OS X.
> your help saved me! I simply went a head and copied the binary file in my usr/bin from the local/bin and it magically worked out! I am not sure what happend to the original sed but I am happy now...

"local/bin" -- did you mean /usr/local/bin or /opt/local/bin? I wouldn't recommend copying sed from either of those locations since they're probably not the same version of sed that was originally shipped with your Mac. Instead you should copy /usr/bin/sed from another computer running the same version of Mac OS X that you are, or from your Mac OS X install disc.

If you have anything in /usr/local you should move or delete it because it can interfere with MacPorts. Instead, use MacPorts to install any software you need.

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