Tips for Job Interviews as a Junior Software Developer Sep 27, 2020
As coding bootcamps such as Coder Academy and General Assembly churn out more and more software developers, and as more and more people…
If you are like me who has no need for a full Xcode installation just to get the command line tools, chances are you are using one of these: Apple’s Command Line Tools or the osx-gcc-installer.
Recently Node.js has made some changes so that it no longer installs on OS X via homebrew if you don’t have Xcode installed.
If you run
brew install nodejs, you will get the following error:
\> Error: Failed executing: make install (node.rb:28)
And if you run
brew install -v nodejs, you will discover this line:
\> xcode-select: Error: No Xcode is selected. Use xcode-select -switch , or see the xcode-select manpage (man xcode-select) for further information.
The fix? It’s actually quite easy, simply do:
sudo xcode-select --switch /usr/bin
And voila! You can now install Node.js just fine. :)