Error: Failed to build source-highlight: command execution failed
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Thu May 6 01:53:20 UTC 2021
On 2021-05-05 at 19:39:33 UTC-0400 (Wed, 5 May 2021 19:39:33 -0400)
tom eee <eeetom87 at gmail.com>
is rumored to have said:
> /Developer is gone and Xcode 4.6.3 in service. Still failing build.
> attachment. Thanks, Tom
That log shows that you are back at the original problem, whose proposed
solution was to force the use of a newer version of the clang compiler
by running these:
sudo port clean source-highlight
sudo port -s install source-highlight
However, I've lost track of whether we've actually solved the problem
you hit the last time you tried that: a broken installation of
clang-9.0. To make sure that problem is fixed, run this:
That should put out something like this:
clang version 9.0.1
Thread model: posix
> On Wed, May 5, 2021 at 5:14 PM Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org>
>> On May 5, 2021, at 12:19, tom eee wrote:
>>> Second, I retried 'sudo port install source-light' with no success.
>> main.log was very big, so I cut out a big portion of the middle and
>> attached it to this email.
>> The log still shows the same error described in
>> https://trac.macports.org/ticket/59258 and shows that MacPorts still
>> recognizes that you have Xcode 4.2.
>> Deleting parts of logs can make it harder for us to help you. A
>> file size reduction choice is to compress the log.
>>> Third, I downloaded Xcode 4.6.3 and when the opened dmg directed me
>> install the Xcode in my Application folder, I checked for what was
>> there first, only to discover that I had Xcode 4.6.3 installed in the
>> Application folder since 2013! I then looked in the Developer folder
>> discovered Xcode 4.2 was there. So I am confused about how to make
>> 4.6.3 the version that MacPorts sees when it is doing it's thing and
>> do I
>> now have to do some update for Developer?
>> The /Developer folder is obsolete. You can delete it. It is where
>> used to install Xcode and associated files, but sometime after Xcode
>> they stopped doing that. Xcode now belongs in /Applications.
>> You can use "xcode-select -print-path" to see what Xcode your system
>> configured to use. MacPorts will use this Xcode.
>> Assuming it does not say the path is
>> /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer, change it to that by
>> "sudo xcode-select -switch
>> Then you can run "sudo port clean source-highlight" and try to
>> install it
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