bold official, link to downloads and search term @Downloads for Apple
… Apple Developers If you search for "Command Line Tools for Xcode" you get stale packages: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s2/sh/8e893318-2b8d-4f83-99dc-bb218a768d2b/b28c43a64c1ade7158379661517b5333/res/3f53d00b-9dbe-48be-a033-1555cb5704cd/skitch.png . I've filed bug with Apple, but good luck on them reading my bug report. * Additional Details * If it is easy it might be nice to also updated http://kennethreitz.org/xcode-gcc-and-homebrew/ as it continues to be a top result to read something like: You can download and try it out today. All you need is a free Apple ID. After logging in, at Downloads for Apple Developers search for "Command Line Tools".
Update Apple Developer site's url.
Warn about mixing Xcode and osx-gcc-installer
Mixing a full Xcode installation and osx-gcc-installer causes any number of hard-to-diagnose problems down the road. Users who just want gcc-4.2 and want to keep their Xcode should use other options.
New curl command, Homebrew script URL.
Mention Apple's CLT package for 10.7+ users
Updated the Homebrew url on the last page of the installer.
Making the readme a little more clear.