macports broken under Mountain Lion and Xcode 4.4?

Aljaž Srebrnič a2piratesoft at
Fri Feb 17 10:09:29 PST 2012

The problem is, you have to set developer_dir to none (it's a hack because Xcode >= 4.3 installs clang and other stuff directly in /usr/bin/)
so go in yout macports.conf file and add a line like this:

And it should work. There's still an issue with xcodebuild i'm afraid…

Aljaž Srebrnič
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On 17/feb/2012, at 19:05, Brandon Allbery wrote:

> On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 12:54, Artemio Gonzalez Lopez <artemiog at> wrote:
> Yesterday I installed Mountain Lion and Xcode 4.4 (including the Command Line Tools") in my MacBook Pro 15" (2011). While I succeeded in compling MacPorts from source (after completely erasing the previous installation), when I try to install any port via "sudo port -d install foo" I get the following error at the configure phase:
> Dude, they're still trying to get macports working again with xcode 4.3 on lion, why would you expect a dev preview xcode on a dev preview os x to work out of the box?
> I suspect it'll be a while before anyone gets around to making 10.8pre work with macports.
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