help on 'Xcode tool not installed'

Sean Farley sean at
Mon Feb 17 12:27:42 PST 2014

Shiyuan <gshy2014 at> writes:

> Hi all,
>     I am on Mac 10.8.5 and Xcode 5.0.2 is installed. From Xcode
> Preference/Downloads, I can see that the command line tool is installed. I
> also installed again the command line too (released in 10/2013)l from the
> following link
> However,
> when I try to run 'sudo port  install py27-scipy', I got the error,
> ---------------------------
> Warning: The Command Line Tools for Xcode don't appear to be installed;
> most ports will likely fail to build.
> Warning: See for
> more information.
> --->  Computing dependencies for py27-scipy
> Error: Dependency 'python27' not found.
> To report a bug, follow the instructions in the guide:
> Error: Processing of port py27-scipy failed
> --------------------------------
> I use svn instead of rsync for sources and `port -d sync` runs
> successfully.
> Any help is appreciated.

Have you accepted the license yet? This is the command:

$ sudo xcodebuild -license

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