[OS X TeX] Texmaker

Adam R. Maxwell amaxwell at mac.com
Sun Mar 16 17:41:00 EDT 2008

On Mar 16, 2008, at 2:33 PM, Alan Munn wrote:

> At 10:21 PM +0100 3/16/08, Christoph Hoh wrote:
>> Dear Allan,
>> thanks for your help. I have installed the Developer Tools from the  
>> Mac OS X DVD and I have tried to follow your instructions. At  
>> step ./configure I receive the following error message:
>> macbook:~/desktop/ghostscript-8.62 christoph$ ./configure
>> checking for gcc... no
>> checking for cc... no
>> checking for cl.exe... no
>> configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH
>> See `config.log' for more details.
>> I don't know what to do next since my OS X skills are rather limited.
>> Any advice? Thanks in advance!
> Try logging out and logging back in.  When you start up a terminal  
> and type
> $ which gcc
> it should return /usr/bin/gcc
> If that works, then try the configure phase again.

If you're running 10.5, the CLI dev tools aren't installed in the  
normal locations (by default, IIRC).  There's a separate installer  
option for those.


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