Loc: Florida, USA
Just keep in mind that Xcode 2 uses the same GNU building tools and same goes with Darwin. So just about any Linux trick will work when building from source. It's a lot easyer to direct a build to a directory then to make aliases. Also since Fink and Darwinports are in the same directory I won't end up having two or more of the same programs. On my last setup I had two copys of pretty much everything. Half of my HD was full of programs I didn't need because they were somewhere else on the drive.
I'll keep in mind for testers. This project might give me a reason to build a FTP and a HTTPD that works lol.
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