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I have a problem when installing with cmd "sudo sh". #302

linjinzhu opened this Issue Jan 28, 2013 · 2 comments

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that my step:
step 1 : open the terminal,and run " git clone git:// ";
step 2 : run " sudo sh -b /usr/bin -t ~/Library/Application\ Support/appledoc ";

With a moment , a failed message turn up. The error message is

The following build commands failed:
CompileC build/ Common/ThirdParty/DDUtils/DDXcodeProjectFile.m normal x86_64 objective-c
(1 failure)

tomaz commented Jan 28, 2013

Hmm, have no idea what this could be... It's coming from DDUtil files. You can try compiling from within Xcode yourself or alternatively install it through homebrew (I think brew install appledoc should do it).

tomaz commented May 17, 2013

Closing this issue for the moment being; got no further update and/or complaint about it. Perhaps it's linked with specific clang or something (like compiling on the version that doesn't support array and dictionary subscripts - weird though). If you have any further information don't hesitate to comment or reopen it!

@tomaz tomaz closed this May 17, 2013
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