Installing MacPorts with a non-standard XCode install

Rainer Müller raimue at
Wed Mar 23 15:06:37 PDT 2011

On 2011-03-23 21:28 , Loren Spice wrote:
> They aren't in a 'basic' OS X install (really!).  They do come with
> Xcode, which puts them in "/Developer" (or $XCODE, in my example). 
> They're not placed in the /usr hierarchy unless you ask for it by
> installing "UNIX Development"; but that just puts a bunch of hardlinks
> (I think) to the files in the "/Developer" hierarchy, rather than
> installing anything new:

You really should choose this "UNIX Development" option as recommended
in the guide [1].



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