Add momc path for Xcode 4.3 command line tools. #90

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mcglincy commented Feb 17, 2012

Deals with failing momc assert after upgrading to Xcode4.3 and installing the optional command line tools, which puts the momc binary into /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr/bin.

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Horray, I was hoping someone would send me this patch :) Thanks.

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rentzsch commented Feb 17, 2012

Horray, I was hoping someone would send me this patch :) Thanks.

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Merge pull request #90 from mcglincy/master
[NEW] Support for Xcode 4.3's new location for its momc (inside the app bundle). (Matt McGlincy)

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You might want to consider using xcrun to find momc. "xcrun -find momc" will return you the path to momc. "xcrun momc" will just run it.

honus commented Jun 21, 2012

You might want to consider using xcrun to find momc. "xcrun -find momc" will return you the path to momc. "xcrun momc" will just run it.

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@honus: great tip! Will do.

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rentzsch commented Jun 22, 2012

@honus: great tip! Will do.

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Use xcrun #118

ddrccw pushed a commit to ddrccw/mogenerator that referenced this pull request Jan 20, 2014

Merge pull request #90 from mcglincy/master
[NEW] Support for Xcode 4.3's new location for its momc (inside the app bundle). (Matt McGlincy)
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