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Using cc in darwin: command not found.


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Hello,


I try to convert an .mov file to an .3pg file to display a movie on my phone.

I found that you can convert it using QTkit.

It is explained here: http://gemma.apple.com/samplecode/QT.../listing1.html


I downloaded QTkit and moved it in my homedir. Do I have to install in anywhere?


When I enter the command:

cc -o mov23gp -g mov23gp.m -framework QTKit -framework Foundation

it tells me:

-bash: cc: command not found


Any idea how to solve this?
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First thing you need to do is download and install Xcode, the Apple developer tools. That's why bash cant find cc.

Next, see if there is a readme file come with QTkit. It should tell you how to install it. If not, check the web site where you got it.

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Originally Posted by olav
Hello,


I try to convert an .mov file to an .3pg file to display a movie on my phone.

I found that you can convert it using QTkit.

It is explained here: http://gemma.apple.com/samplecode/QT.../listing1.html


I downloaded QTkit and moved it in my homedir. Do I have to install in anywhere?


When I enter the command:

cc -o mov23gp -g mov23gp.m -framework QTKit -framework Foundation

it tells me:

-bash: cc: command not found


Any idea how to solve this?

Hi,

You first make sure which version of gcc compiler you are using..Suppose if yyou are using gcc-4.0 version then the corresponding command is gcc-4.0
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