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On Thu, 25 Jul 2013 18:49:21 GMT, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> I didn't experience this problem because I needed the command line tools > way before I tried to install Geant4. > > However, if this is true, I believe that Geant4 should detect that some > tools are missing already during the configuration phase and throw a > warning or an error. > > Did you generate an XCode project with cmake or a gcc one? Not that it > really matters, but I would imagine that you wouldn't be able to compile > anything at all without installing command line tools first unless you > created an XCode project or had some of the tools in PATH from an > earlier version of Xcode and others (new ones) not. > > Mojca >
I don't use XCode to make my executables, so the version of clang that is in /usr/bin is the default specified during cmake. I already had the command line tools from XCode installed, but when upgrading to a new version of XCode, you must re-install the command line tools to udate clang and g++ in /usr/bin. If you don't have clang 4.2 and try to install Geant with the MT option, it will crash. I don't know if it would be an issue if building with XCode, as I haven't tried it that way.