Heads-up: In Xcode 4.3, there is no longer any /Developer

Christian Lohmaier lohmaier+libreoffice at googlemail.com
Wed Feb 22 04:59:52 PST 2012

Hi *,

On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 1:32 PM, Tor Lillqvist <tml at iki.fi> wrote:
> Also, I think that the "command-line tools", i.e. (llvm-)gcc etc in
> /usr/bin, are no longer installed, but those can easily be downloaded
> and installed manually from Xcode 4.3.
> Sure, I know we use Xcode 3.x (is even 2.x possible?)

Yes, and 2.5.x is the only way for 10.4/PPC...

> But this is just one more indication how obsolete our Mac code and
> toolchain dependencies/assumptions are getting. But hey, our
> development is mostly funded/contributed by Linux (and to some extent)
> Windows oriented companies/volunteers anyway, so hardly surprising;)

So we need some kind of measure how many MAC 10.4 users we actually
have, isn't it?
You surely want to drop 10.4 support, don't you?
But then again 10.5 baseline wouldn't make much of a difference, so if
at all the bar would be 10.6, and that would mean killing PPC port
more or less.


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