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I accidentally deleted nano on my Mac OS, how can I restore it?

I had to copy the binary version of nano to my dev server -- and I accidentally deleted my local copy of nano in the process. I tried to recompile nano from the original site, but now whenever I'm ...
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Change GCC version on Mac OSX Lion

I'm currently running GCC 4.2. I would like to switch to a more recent version. I have Homebrew and I have MacPorts for package management. I've followed several tutorials today for installing a ...
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Why does Homebrew seem to require a /Developer folder with the Snow Leopard SDK?

I've had Xcode for a while (since Snow Leopard), and I installed Homebrew relatively recently (I currently have version 0.9.3). After an update to Xcode that recommended running an ...
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Homebrew requires something uninstall-developer-folder removes

I was having trouble installing irssi (brew install irssi), so I ran brew doctor, which returned a warning mentioning an outdated copy of Xcode and saying I should run ...
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Homebrew doesn't find XCode 4.3

When I try to install something with homebrew I get an error message that it does not find XCode. But I just installed XCode 4.3 and also did a reboot. admins-MacBook-Pro-2:~ ernst$ brew install ...
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Homebrew keeps saying XCode is not installed

I'm trying to installed Ruby using Homebrew, the OSX package manager. When I run 'brew install ruby' I keep getting the message 'Warning: XCode is not installed!'. XCode is installed, it's lying. ...