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Configuring Xcode for gcc 3.3.2?

   
ProjectBuilder-XCodeI need to compile a binary with the latest version of gcc 3.3.2 to get rid of specific compiler errors but Xcode only provides gcc 3.3.1. Now, I have downloaded and installed gcc 3.3.2 successfully but it hasn't overwritten the gcc 3.3.1 installation as the files are in a different path.

So, when I compile, Xcode is still using the old gcc 3.3.1 and I'm getting the same errors. I've tried changing the quick open paths, which referred to the old gcc 3.3.1 package but that hasn't helped. Are there some internal preferences that I need to change?
 

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Configuring Xcode for gcc 3.3.2?
Authored by: Admin on Friday, June 11 2004 @ 08:31 AM UTC
In Terminal.app:
gcc_select --help
will give you (part of) the answer. Try first gcc_select --list to check that your new installation is correctly recognized. But I am not sure gcc_select is able to handle subminor revision (3.3.1 -> 3.3.2). If this is the case, rename your 3.3.2 version to 3.4...
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