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EggDrop and GCC


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Hello,

I was running eggdrop on one of my macs a little while ago to test it out and learn the setups and bla bla but I sleep the computer so that wont keep it connected. So I wanted to put it on my other mac that I keep awake 24/7 since... well.. it isn't really good for anything but IRC. Its an old iBook with 10.3.9 and some really low specs. I downloaded everything need for eggdrop but when I go to configure it says this...

Code:
This is Eggdrop's GNU configure script.
It's going to run a bunch of tests to hopefully make your compile
work without much twiddling.
checking for gcc... no
checking for cc... no
checking for cc... no
checking for cl... no
configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH
See `config.log' for more details.
And so I asked people what that means and they said download GCC. I did but.. I have no idea what to do. They don't use mac so they don't know ether.

So if someone knows and can help me I would greatly appreciate it.

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gcc installs with xcode which you can download xcode from apple.

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:/ problem with that.. my lappy only has 1.7 gb of HDD space (only had 10gb to start with).. so is there another way?
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maybe fink would install it.

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