|Xcode 4.3, packagemaker, and luggage||Nathan Felton||2/20/12 7:19 AM|
As many of you may be aware, with the release of Xcode 4.3, Xcode is now a
.app that is installed to the /Applcations folder from the App store. Also,
the /Developer folder is no longer used, nor created. If you have an old
version of Xcode installed, Xcode 4.3 will ask you on first run if you want
to remove these old versions.
Furthermore, Xcode 4.3 does not come stock with PackageMaker installed.
Additionally, the command line tool "packagemaker" is not installed by
However, even after installing the now optional command-line tools,
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|Re: Xcode 4.3, packagemaker, and luggage||Nathan Felton||2/20/12 7:31 AM|
Alright, it would appear I have figured this out for myself.
After copying the PackageMaker.app from the Auxiliary tools to
Hope this helps some others.
|Re: Xcode 4.3, packagemaker, and luggage||Patrick Gallagher||2/20/12 7:31 AM|
The packagemaker CLI is here: PackageMaker.app/Contents/MacOS/PackageMaker
So if you have PackageMaker.app in /Applications, try:
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|Re: Xcode 4.3, packagemaker, and luggage||Nathan Felton||2/20/12 7:33 AM|
Ah, thank you Patrick. The symlink makes more sense than changing the