Question about Xcode 4.2.1 on Lion

Jeff Singleton gvibe06 at
Sun Feb 5 09:36:07 PST 2012

Ok I just saw git-core get pulled down from my selfupdate. I'm going to
clean and then try that one.

On Sun, Feb 5, 2012 at 11:34 AM, Jeff Singleton <gvibe06 at> wrote:

> Thank-you for all of the replies.
> I'm going over everything mentioned right now.  As I stated, I had a small
> hunch it couldn't be what it looked like, and just needed a sanity check.
> So far…SMART checks out on my hard drives, Permissions are bing repair as
> I type, but I need to ask, how do I know which git-core I have so I can see
> if the fixed one made it into the stable tree? Or should I pull down the
> right version via SVN and build that one.
> Thanks again!!
> On Sun, Feb 5, 2012 at 10:45 AM, Eric Cronin <ecronin at> wrote:
>> >> I will use the git-core port as my example…see below for the errors I
>> am
>> >> seeing all over the place as of recently:
>> The newest version of git-core was briefly removing /dev/null from the
>> system during it's build, Ryan checked in a fix for it a day or two ago.
>>  I'm guessing this was causing both your problems with ports and with
>> things like Chrome, unix-like systems become pretty unhappy when /dev/null
>> doesn't exist.  Rebooting will restore the device, and selfupdating will
>> get a version of the git-core port which doesn't remove it when installing.
>> Thanks,
>> Eric
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