issues following upgrade to Lion

Jim Anderson jander at
Sun Dec 4 12:34:39 PST 2011

I double-clicked the file that was downloaded after clicking the Install button on the Xcode page, and it ran very quickly. I assume that's what you mean. 

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On Dec 4, 2011, at 3:20 PM, Phillip Koebbe <phillip.koebbe at> wrote:

> On Dec 4, 2011, at 2:04 PM, Jim Anderson wrote:
>> I upgraded to Lion find myself up to my neck in 'gators. Here's the sequence:
>> 1. upgraded to Lion
>> 2. switched to the 32-bit architecture since the Cisco VPN client doesn't support the 64-bit architecture
>> 3. discovered that my old Apple Developer Tools also needed to be upgraded. ("which make" returned nothing.) Upgraded DT but did so while in 32-bit mode.
>> 4. switched back to 64-bit mode
>> 5. rebooted
>> 6. "which make" still returns nothing
>> 7. tried to upgrade MacPorts but was informed that I hadn't upgraded Dev Tools. (My Developer Profile still shows 10.4.0 Mac OS SDK) But the Xcode page in the Mac Store shows Xcode 4.2.1 already installed
> Don't mean this to be an insulting question, but after you installed Xcode 4.2 via the App Store, did you run the installer? It "installs" an Xcode Installer in /Applications that you then have to run.
> Word of advise: before you run the installer, copy it somewhere so if you need to run it again at some point, you don't have to download the whole thing again.
> Phillip

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