Port won't install on 10.9

William H. Magill magill at mac.com
Wed Oct 23 02:48:28 PDT 2013

On Oct 22, 2013, at 7:33 PM, Gary Little <gglittle at comcast.net> wrote:

> I’ve been installing command line tools from Xcode preferences since I first installed Xcode. Checking Preferences and its downloads has always been one of the first things I do. However, with Mavericks GM and Xcode 5.0.1 GM, command line tools disappeared from preferences. It was while reading the seed nots that I found xcode-select.

The complete description iis n the Xcode 5.0.1 Release notes:

Command Line Tools
	• Command line shims are included with OS X Mavericks. If Xcode is installed, the shims use the tools within Xcode. Otherwise, the tools delivered in the Command Line Developer Tools package are used. The Command Line Developer Tools package can be installed on demand using xcode-select --install or by trying to use any command line developer tool in Terminal.
On OS X Mavericks, Command Line Developer Tools are updated using Software Update. On OS X Mountain Lion, continue to use the Downloads preferences in Xcode to update the Command Line Developer Tools.

On OS X Mavericks, xcode-select provides the --reset flag to revert to using the default search paths.

The Command Line Developer tools package has been updated to include xcrun. xcrun adds support for the following:

		• The --show-sdk-path option queries SDK paths
		• Improved xcrun performance
		• More robust support for the DEVELOPER_DIR environment variable
Set DEVELOPER_DIR to either a copy of Xcode or /Library/Developer CommandLineTools when Command Line Tools for OS X Mavericks is installed

		• xcrun passes the SDK provided to subcommands in the SDKROOT environment variable when used with --sdk. 15190491

William H. Magill
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