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:

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


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 but can't find one. Thanks for your time!

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

The disk image (ATR) with many drivers can be found at

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

You can reach me at 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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