Xcode update broke ports

Chris Janton face at centosprime.com
Mon Sep 23 22:53:16 UTC 2019

> On 23-Sep-2019, at 15:37, Richard L. Hamilton <rlhamil at smart.net> wrote:
> You might want to install it as something other than Xcode.app, like Xcode.10.3.app; you should be able to use xcode-select to pick which one has its command-line tools used.  There's another package there for the command line tools, too, I think.  Maybe someone else can better explain how to set it up so you can properly have what you need, without interfering with what you've already updated via the app store.

I discovered the problem too ;-)

I downloaded the Command Line Tools (mcOS 10.14) for Xcode 10.3, installed the package, 'sudo port upgrade outdated' is working just fine again...

Chris Janton  - face at CentosPrime dot COM
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