Devjuice: Installing command line tools (or not)
Oliver Drobnik over at Cocoanetics has posted another really great how-to write-up, this time about Xcode and command-line tools.
He shows you how to access apps from inside the Xcode bundle by using xcrun, and how to set your default Xcode install (via xcode-select). That's especially useful in these days of beta-versus-production Xcode releases.
It's a handy little write-up, very worth checking out.
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