Xcode 5.0 ok?

Rainer M Krug Rainer at krugs.de
Fri Sep 20 05:22:34 PDT 2013

Lawrence Velázquez <larryv at macports.org> writes:

> On Sep 20, 2013, at 8:07 AM, Rainer Müller <raimue at macports.org> wrote:
>> Before I was able to install the Command Line Tools of Xcode 5.0, I was
>> asked to enter my Apple ID to authenticate me as developer. The download
>> did not work at first due to allegedly missing authorization. A few
>> hours later it worked, though.
> This seems to be a regular thing with new Xcodes. Happened with 4.x, too. It's certainly an odd failure mode.
>> Is a developer account now required for the Command Line Tools for
>> everyone? Since Xcode can be downloaded in the App Store with just a
>> regular account this seemed strange to me.
> I vaguely recall having to authenticate in Xcode 4.x also. You do have
> to sign in to download them directly from the developer website, so it
> makes sense that you'd also have to sign in from Xcode.

I installed Xcode from the app store and also installed the commandline
tools. As I don't have a developer account, I would say none is needed.

I think I had to authenticate with my apple account.



> vq

Rainer M. Krug

email: RMKrug<at>gmail<dot>com

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