ramit.prasad at jpmorgan.com
Mon Jun 4 21:42:24 CEST 2012
> > Thanks Alain. I should have a compiler on my Mac OS X Lion. I am
> thinking that it isn't set in my $PATH variable. I don't know where the
> $PATH is set at. I will check to see if their is a binary.
> You need to install the command line tools package within XCode in
> order to get them on the path. Or, I guess you could just add XCode's
> bin directory to the path. It's usually set in ~/.bash_profile
Once you install the XCode tools, I would recommend installing from
something like MacPorts as it will ensure you do not accidentally
mess up the system Python and it tends to work auto-magically.
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