Aesepsis 1.4.1 requires installing the Xcode command-line tools, but the installer for them failed for me due to a nondescript “network connection” issue. After some digging I found that the means that the installer uses to install the command-line tools no longer works, and you have to download them from apple’s developer directly.
I would therefore like to advise the Binary Age Devs to modify their updater to correctly reflect this information. Here is a detailed account of the process I went through:
Clicking ‘Install Update’ downloads the update, and then clicking ‘Restart and Install’ runs the installer.
I have Xcode 5.1.1 installed and thought that I had previously installed them. Nonetheless, I continue by clicking ‘Install’, and after agreeing to an Apple license agreement it tells me that I ‘Can’t download the software because of a network problem’:
Asepsis’ Installer reminds me of the same fact and links to the OSX Daily article:
which includes a terminal command, xcode-select --install, which when entered in the terminal ultimately results in the same ‘network problem’ error.
As a result I was unable to update Asepsis to 1.4.1 with the instructions provided by the updater
After some digging I ran into this Stack Overflow topic: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19066647/xcode-5-0-error-installing-command-line-tools which claims that “The command line tools are no longer available via Xcode.” for Xcode 5.0.1 and Mavericks 10.9, and that you have to download it directly from apple’s developer page: https://developer.apple.com/downloads/index.action
After restarting I was then able to successfully update Asepsis to 1.4.1