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Re: rm: conftest.dSYM: is a directory (Was: Weird message from configure
Re: rm: conftest.dSYM: is a directory (Was: Weird message from configure)
Mon, 12 Nov 2007 13:08:44 +0100
On 12 Nov 2007, at 12:20, Akim Demaille wrote:
I did have a problem when installing XCode 3.0,
I experienced the problem (in connection with Fink) when updating
the Xcode that came with the Mac OS X 10.4.0 installation DVD
(don't know about 10.5).
So one fix was to deinstall Xcode using the script that came with
it (at the end of some readme file), and then install the later
Xcode version from scratch. I decided though to erase the hard
disk, install Mac OS X without development package, update it, and
then install latest Xcode. Then the problem went away. Have fun! :-)
I checked on another machine with perfect setup: that appears
to be now the default behavior of Leopard's GCC.
And it also appears that Autoconf folks already know about it :)
I do not know about Mac OS X 10.5, but in the case of 10.4 the Fink
developers pointed out that what was directory shouldn't, and when I
did that reinstallation indicated above, the problem went away. So it
was verified to be a bug in the updating of Xcode, but I never found
exactly what caused it.
Sorry for the noise.
Now that Mac OS X 10.5 is certified UNIX on Intel machines, it is
probably important to sort this out. POSIX is nowadays a subset of
UNIX, or so the pages of the standard said.