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Monday Jul 30, 2012

XCode 4.4 update does not install command line tools (gcc, clang ...)

After upgrading to MacOS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and XCode 4.4 through the Apple App store, I found myself unable to compile software on the command line. Apple has split the command line tools in to a separate download, accessible via the MacOS Dev Center download page:

screen shot 2012-07-30 at 3.20.12 pm.png

Dashcode and auxiliary tools like PackageMaker are now also separate downloads and not in the main XCode install anymore.

Comments:

Hi. Do you have a working USB Keyboard Driver for the Atari 8-bit USB cartridge from AtariMax and ABBCU? I have looked all over the site http://microusb.org/ but can't find one. Thanks for your time!
Eric

Posted by Eric Nikolaisen on December 30, 2012 at 10:26 AM CET #

Hello Eric,

while not really a comment to the XCode article :) , here is the answer.

The keyboard driver source is at
http://wiki.strotmann.de/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Atari%2BUSB%2BKeyboard%2BDriver

The disk image (ATR) with many drivers can be found at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/microusb/files/usbeudd%20%28End%20User%20Driver%20Disk%29/Version%200.3/

(it seems the files on source forge have been mixed up, I need to clean that up)

You can reach me at carsten@strotmann.de if you have questions about the USB Cart.

-- Carsten

Posted by Carsten on January 05, 2013 at 06:26 PM CET #

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