Mark

London, United Kingdom

Experience is mainly data manipulation software in an enterprise from the business analysis to data design to service implementation.

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reviewed Unsalvageable Storing array data into plain text and back
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reviewed Unsalvageable Auto generating a pincode depending upon the location selected in HTML form
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reviewed Unsalvageable code summary in function - Swift
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reviewed Unsalvageable I don't know how to use tcpreplay and ovs
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reviewed Unsalvageable Converting Java code to model view controller architecture pattern
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reviewed Reviewed Quick Look audio distorted
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reviewed Reviewed Apple IPhone 5s
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reviewed No Action Needed Location in Weather Widget is Wrong
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reviewed Looks Good How to delete one history entry in Safari on iOS?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Location in Weather Widget is Wrong
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reviewed Close iOS Mail app hasn't updated since March 5
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reviewed Close Cannot recover Thumbnails from iPhoto
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comment Cannot install applications: error code -60008
even after deleting /Application/SourceTree.app ?
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comment Configure: error: clang version 3.0 or later is required - but I already have it
What is your $PATH /usr/local/opt/ looks odd - although I don't know the details of Hoembrew so it might be that
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comment Configure: error: clang version 3.0 or later is required - but I already have it
Have you installed the command line tools
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comment Configure: error: clang version 3.0 or later is required - but I already have it
Which Xcode did you install - darwin 10 is OS X 10.6 so the versions numbers are correct
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comment Symbolic link to Emacs 24 not working
Those paths look odd - how did you install Emacs - also if Emacs.app is open you really want to run emacsclient and start the server in your .emacs
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comment Cannot install applications: error code -60008
Googling goves thios lists.apple.com/archives/Installer-dev/2008/Mar/msg00022.html - so I think you need to delete all of SourceTree and that might include ~/Library/Application Support/SourceTree - Also Sourcetree includes git (/Applications/SourceTree.app/Contents/Resources/git_local/bin/git) so you don't need the separate install unless you want command line - And which of the 2 installs you have gives the error?
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comment Cannot install applications: error code -60008
For SourceTree try Check for Updates... in its menu
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comment Canonical question on hardware specs
The issue is that the absolute minimum to run Xcode in 2010 is less than that in 2015 e.g. I would say 4G RAM works at the beginning but not now. You need a different answer for each Xcode
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