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there is a Developer-directory, however, it contains only the files related to the installation of the QT-libraries (which I installed from http://qt-project.org/). The original Developer-direcotry I had deleted however, now it seems I should have used the uninstall-scripts provided by Apple, but together with the directory they are gone to trash.
I do not know from where the /include-directory originates (but the files are definitely old, from 2007 - 2009) and if it is still needed. I tried to install using the CMAKE flags
-DCMAKE_C_FLAGS="-stdlib=libstdc++ -mmacosx-version-min=10.6", but this did not remove the error message.
I also tried the flag "-stdlib=libc++" (this is the default now for Mavericks?), still no success.
Is there a way I can prevent clang/clang++ from using the /include-directory?
It is also peculiar that apparently only the file
seems to include the include-file creating the error.
Anyone got an idea how to solve this problem?
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