Problem with installing/uograding p5.12-xml-parser
jeremy at lavergne.gotdns.org
Tue Aug 21 20:44:47 PDT 2012
> I have a problem with p5.12-xml-parser. It is the dreaded configure
> "Couldn't find your C compiler" error. I am on Mac OS 10.6.8, and have
> XCode 4.2. It lives in /Developer as it should be. And
> 'xcode-select -print-path' give correctly the answer /Developer. In the
> log file I see that it wants to use clang ( CC='/usr/bin/clang' ), and
> /usr/bin/clang exists and runs.
> I have seen that there are a bunch of bug reports about this but none of
> the solutions that I found work for me. I have reinstalled XCode,
> reinstalled perl5.12, both with 'sudo port -n upgrade --force perl5.12'
> and by uninstalling, cleaning and installing it. Uninstalling
> p5.12-xml-parser and then installing it, even with -s doesn't help. I
> have tried various configure.compiler options without success. So I am
> at my wits' end.
> Because there are already so many bug reports I didn't find it useful to
> add something there.
Anything in the config.log when it tested clang?
I assume your xcode license was also marked as accepted.
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