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From: Randall R Schulz <rrschulz@cr...> - 2001-08-30 03:05:10
Did you install the developer tools? They're on a separate CD from the main
end-user system that's on the primary install CD.
I seem to recall seeing somewhere that you only get the developer tool's CD
with the retail MacOS X package, but you don't get that CD or the tools
when your MacOS X was pre-installed on a Mac purchased recently enough to
have MacOS X pre-installed.
In that case, you can no doubt download the necessary tools from Apple's
developer Web site. Very little in the way of Apple's tools are charged for
Mountain View, CA USA
At 19:54 2001-08-29, you wrote:
>I recently downloaded CLISP 2.25.1 for the MAC OS X but I am having
>trouble getting it built.
>The instructions state to type make at the UNIX prompt, but Apple's
>version of UNIX doesn't
>have the make executable. Can I merely download the make command from
>Is there anything else I need to do?
>Thanks to all who ported CLISP to MAC.