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. It should unload the text of the license on the terminal… Use the space bar to move around until you see the boarding order prompt. sudo xcode-select –switch/ Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer What worked for me was deleting the file: Library/Preferences/com.apple.dt.Xcode.plist, then running `sudo xcodebuild-license accept` in the terminal. I went to the Mac, I opened Xcode 8, but we were never asked to accept a new license. How would I accept the license if Xcode had never given me the chance to do so?!?! I`ve done some research on this issue and I`ve discovered that you can accept the license via Xcode`s command line tools. For this to work for you, you must accept the XCode license. If you haven`t installed XCode/you don`t need the app, you can simply install the development tools that also enter into the license agreement: Fixing «Xcodebuild Tool requires Xcode» without Xcode installation, sudo mv xcrun.old sudo mv xcodebuild xcodebuild.old.

3. Recreate – fill with needed content sudo echo -e `! bin/ sh`n` > xcrun sudo xcodebuild -license Which should view/accept it in behalf of all accounts on that particular Mac. In the latest versions of Xcode, you can accept it in one step: sudo xcodebuild-license accepts works with macOS Catalina 10.15 and Xcode 11.5. The Command Line Tool offers Mac terminal users many frequently used tools, utilities and compilers, including make, CCG, clang, perl Xcode is associated with all your command line tools. macOS 10.9 and above contains shims or executable wrappers. These shims, installed in /usr/bin, can associate any in/usr/bin tool with the appropriate tool in Xcode. xcrun is one of those shims that allows you to find or run any tool inside Xcode`s command line. I had to do the Clover space, enter xcode (which reassembled the XCode beta) and press the Clover input to open the file location. I found that my XCode was still in the «Downloads» folder. With multiple versions of Xcode, you have to accept different versions of the agreement. There are two important takeaways to know: the first Xcode license I accepted was a beta license. Therefore, in a way, the entries in this file were still named …

Beta… what appears to be the cause of the error. Running `sudo xcodebuild -license accept` creates a new file compatible with Matlab (provided you don`t use a beta-Xcode). 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. How does xcodebuild work/install?, step 2.