Gruff users: if you were directed to this page, that means you must install OpenSSL to use a certain features of Gruff.
OpenSSL is no longer included with Allegro CL 10.1 or product downloads based on 10.1, including some versions of Gruff (the ones built on 10.1).
This change is due to Apple's handling of OpenSSL. We have two issues with the changes:
Apple does not supply OpenSSL libraries for applications, so you must install one for use with Allegro CL or Allegro CL-based applications:
$ sudo /opt/local/bin/port -N install openssl +universalUnless you already have Xcode installed, there will a popup that gives you three choices:
---> No broken files found. ---> No broken ports found.Otherwise, see the next section for tips on possible fixes.
If you cannot find the solution to your problem in this section, please email our support team.
Warning: xcodebuild exists but failed to execute Warning: Xcode does not appear to be installed; most ports will likely fail to build.
Error: Unable to determine location of a macOS SDK. Error: Unable to open port: can't read "configure.sdkroot": Unable to determine location of a macOS SDK.The likely cause of this is an Xcode version too old for the version of macOS you are running. This can happen as you upgrade to newer macOS versions. Update the software on your Mac and retry the procedure in the section above.
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