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It happens because somewhat the atom package is not in the path. This could be due to several reasons depending on your Python installation method. This quick workaround worked for me... Just add this two lines... import sys sys.path.append('/usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/') ...on top of this duplicity's gdocsbackend.py file: ...
I had ant installed before upgrading to Mavericks. Afterwards, ant didn't work at all. The ONLY thing that worked for me was this: brew uninstall ant brew install ant
You can also have a look at the Homebrew formulas index website (which is my project). The aim of this website is to provide an easy way to search for a Homebrew formula.
NTFS-3G asks you to replace /sbin/mount_ntfs with their own version. If it stops working, then probably is because an OS X update replaced that file. To fix this, you must do the following: Rename the mount_ntfs command provided by OS X: sudo mv /sbin/mount_ntfs /sbin/mount_ntfs.original Make sure the mount_ntfs command provided by NTFS-3G is used: ...
Edit your PATH variable. Put /usr/local/bin before /usr/bin and possibly before many other dir's, as this allows anything you have specifically compiled/installed to override the system defaults. Obviously, take care that you know what's in /usr/local/bin first, but it sounds like you do.
Symbolic link is the solution, take a look: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11198782/svn-use-from-default-path-usr-bin-instead-of-opt-local-bin You already have svn in two locations: /usr/bin/svn /usr/local/bin/svn If you create symbolic links for svn in /usr/local/bin with the same name, it will effectively remove the binaries from the macport. ...
Answered by the people at stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24966404 Summary. gcc takes a long time to build, over 45 mins, unless you install command line tools and grab a precompiled, bottled version. Terminating brew with Ctrl-C is safe, and brew will not symlink to /usr/local/* until it has finished installing, so you don't have to ...
There is not. Nothing in Homebrew maintains a list of files that a package is allowed or expected to install.
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