Just reorganize… sudo xcode-select -s / Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer sudo xcodebuild -license accept « Consent to the Xcode/iOS license requires admin, opening XCode and accepting the license solves the problem. Approval of the Xcode/iOS license requires admin rights, as a root via sudo, redesign yourself. A new version of OSX where I had the same problem when I tried to use git. It is possible to install git without them. And I doubt that gcc on mac really depends on XCode. And I don`t want to use root to accept something unless I`m sure I need it. I uninstalled XCode by navigating to the application folder and dragging XCode into the trash. Now my git commands are working as usual. I`ll reinstall XCode if I really need it. Problem when installing on the mac bone x machine with XCode Command Line, I had initially run instructions in #10245 sudo xcode-select -switch/usr/bin, which created the problem /usr/bin/usr/bin/xbuildcode. When I try to update my certificates, there is a warning that I must accept new terms and licensing agreements. I agreed when I updated to the latest version.
I tried to accept sudo xcodebuild -license and sudo xcodebuild -license terminal, but it still does not work. This is a legal issue and no one in these forums will be able to give you advice or tell you authoritatively what the license means. Definitely not just anyone outside of Apple and, I bet, none of the Apple employees who have often used these forums. (Even if they were able to talk with the legalities, I doubt they would in the forums.) Can I use xcodebuild to create an archive without signing it with xcode? I`m building an IOS app for another company. I used xcode 7 and I was able to make the xcodebuild control line perfect. But to install this tool, you need to install Xcode yourself. Is there a way to install xcodebuild and other outbuildings? I tried to install this package, it contains xcodebuild, but other dependencies seem to be missing.