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I'm trying to compile WINE from source (so i can use that to port quincy.exe across)

I've downloaded and installed Xcode, only the GCC components.

Here is the result...

It says GCC is not found, any ideas?

Thanks really need to get this up soon get some homework done
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It does not say "GCC is not found", does it? It says "no acceptable compiler found in $PATH".

So what's your path?

Did you check 'config.log" as it suggested?

And what's this "cl.exe" stuff? That's a Windows executable. What system are you doing this on?

Do you have any clue what you're doing?
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It does not say "GCC is not found", does it? It says "no acceptable compiler found in $PATH".

So what's your path?

Did you check 'config.log" as it suggested?

And what's this "cl.exe" stuff? That's a Windows executable. What system are you doing this on?

Do you have any clue what you're doing?
I think im using default path (i just used the default install, double click).
Where can I find this 'config.log'?
I have no idea what cl.exe is, I'm doin this all on my MacBook.
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Okay i've fixed it, managed to compile WINE but i'm not exactly sure how I did it.

I installed a bunch of things labelled gcc and somewhere along the lines I managed to get it working.

I'm going to reinstall the operating system and start again from scratch, let you guys know when I work out which file I installed that made this whole thing work.

I think it was Xcode, or some sort of gcc package file.
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