> On Mar 21, 2017, at 13:25, Jason Byrne <slv...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure if there's a better list for this, but I have a slight
> correction for documentation at
> http://www.finkproject.org/download/srcdist.php

This list is as good as any.  https://github.com/fink/website 
<https://github.com/fink/website> is also good, though it’s a bit tricky for 
community members to submit a pull request because our document sources have a 
lot of idiosyncrasies.

> If you install the full Xcode on 10.7-10.12, you will also want to run:
> xcode-select -switch /path/to/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer
> should be
> sudo xcode-select -switch /path/to/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer
> Of course you'll get a nag about using sudo when you run the command
> without sudo…

Updated now.  The server where the website lives is currently undergoing some 
maintenance, but this should take effect soon.

I’m not sure why ’sudo' wasn’t there, to be honest.  We sometimes leave sudo 
out if the framing text mentions running as root or as an administrator, but 
that’s not the case here.

> Also, it's likely that the actual path in question is...
> /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer

Likely but not guaranteed to remain that way.  Apple likes to move stuff.  In 
particular, Xcode on older OS X versions was installed in /Developer.  Also, 
users like to play around with betas or other nonstandard setups.

I’ve gone ahead and replaced /path/to with /Applications, since it is indeed 
the most likely case, but left the “replace /Applications with the actual 
path”, since that still covers alternative install locations.
Alexander Hansen, Ph.D.
Fink User Liaison

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