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Can't get make/gcc


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I mainly use Linux, but I need to port one of my applications to OS X. I have Xcode, which I understand means that I should have make, gcc, g++, etc, yet I don't. Any help would be appreciated.
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Figured it out. I didn't realize that they were in /Developer/usr/bin and that wasn't in my path.
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