Re: Mac OSX - no c compiler

I'm not really a mac guy but I've heard rumours to the effect that you need to install something called "xcode" from your OSX install disks. This should provide gcc & friends.
Compiling gnumeric yourself might be doing things the hard way, given the library dependencies. Again merely rumour but isn't there darwin ports or fink that have a binary all ready to go for you?
Good luck

On 04/09/2010 03:08 AM, reiser paul gmail com wrote:
Hi - well, my computer crashed, I have upgraded to OS X v10.6.1 and I guess I have to reinstall gnumeric from scratch. Im really not good at this stuff. I downloaded gnumeric from, and have begun installing the seven libraries. From the same site, I dowloaded  glib-2.24.0.tar.gz, and then cd to the glib-2.24.0 folder, type
./configure and get "configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH". Can anyone suggest my next step? Thanks for any help

Paul Reiser
Running Mac OS X v 10.6.1, 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 duo

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