[mesa-users] Update issue: solution found

Richard Townsend townsend at astro.wisc.edu
Mon Nov 4 09:01:13 EST 2013

Dear Pam —

Thanks for this detailed summary of what you did — it will be very useful as a resource for future OS X installations.



On Nov 4, 2013, at 4:08 AM, Pam Rowden <pam.rowden27 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear MESA-users
> You may recall that last week I had an issue with compiling gfortran programs after completing an upgrade from Mac OS 10.5.8 to Mac OS 10.8.5.
> The solution was provided by Gaurav Khanna of the High Performance Computing website, and of UMass Dartmouth, Physics.
> He writes: "Xcode 5 puts the command-line tools at an odd place. Please use these steps to install them again and you should be good to go:
> "In the Downloads tab [in Preferences] .. you should see "Command Line Tools" mentioned in the "Components" category. You'll see a little download arrow by the "Command Line Tools". Click on it and let it install the tools. This time it should work OK because they are installed at the proper place." 
> During the general upgrade, XCode was updated to 5.0.1, but I continue to use the MESA SDK with extra support for Mac OS 10.4 and 10.5.
> I attach two screen shots, one showing that the Locations tab looks exactly the same after following Gaurav's procedure as it did last week (see message sent on Thursday), the other showing what the downloads tab looks like after the new download of the Command Line Tools has been taken in Gaurav's procedure (before that there was the same download button as on the other components. Please feel free to use them in any way that assists others facing the same issues, and as illustrations on the MESA and MESA SDK websites if this would prove helpful.
> I also attach the Terminal output as a text document, as evidence that this solution has worked.
> Now I can continue to improve the program! :-)
> Many thanks to everyone for all the assistance you have provided.
> Every blessing
> Pam
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