Commit 5af0b1d1 authored by Michał Kępień's avatar Michał Kępień Committed by Mark Andrews
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README: do not mention /usr/include on macOS

For newer versions of Xcode, "xcode-select --install" no longer installs
system headers into /usr/include (instead, they are installed in the
Xcode directory tree), so do not mention that path in the macOS section
of README to prevent confusion.
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Building on macOS assumes that the "Command Tools for Xcode" is installed.
This can be downloaded from https://developer.apple.com/download/more/ or
if you have Xcode already installed you can run "xcode-select --install".
This will add /usr/include to the system and install the compiler and
other tools so that they can be easily found.
Dependencies
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Building on macOS assumes that the "Command Tools for Xcode" is installed.
This can be downloaded from https://developer.apple.com/download/more/
or if you have Xcode already installed you can run "xcode-select --install".
This will add /usr/include to the system and install the compiler and other
tools so that they can be easily found.
### <a name="dependencies"/> Dependencies
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