I tried uninstalling and reinstalling xcode but it didn`t work. What can I do? But the whole process requires human interaction, is there a way to automatically accept the license? When I try to update my certificates, a warning warns me that I must accept the new xcode terms and license agreement. Alternatively, simply launch Xcode by double-clicking on the icon and when the license agreement appears, accept it. By relying on consent, the license was finally accepted. What worked for me was to delete the file: Library/Preferences/com.apple.dt.Xcode.plist, and then run `sudo xcodebuild -license accept` in the terminal. The fact that there are different keys for the “GM” and “beta” versions explains why accepting a license for a beta version does not also lead to the acceptance of the license for a GM version and vice versa. Just reorganize. sudo xcode-select -s /Applications/Xcode.app/Content/Developer sudo xcodebuild -license accept After running sudo xcode-select -s. then, your script worked very well and accepted the license programmatically without any problems. A real help. You must accept the XCode license. If you don`t have XCode installed/don`t need the app, you can simply install the developer tools that also supplement the license agreement instead: this useful trick with xcodebuild works if you only need to deploy one Xcode application, but the situation becomes less clear if you manage multiple of them on a single computer.
And you may have seen from time to time that you install a different version of Xcode (or a beta version) on your own computer, which you have to accept the license again. What exactly is going on here? I agreed when I upgraded to the latest version. I also tried to run sudo xcodebuild -license and sudo xcodebuild -license accept from the terminal, but it still doesn`t work. If you use the command line, go through the entire license by entering spaces until you get to the end where you will see the following: This should then drop the license text on the terminal. Use the spacebar to move until you see the prompt to enter consent. If you want to know programmatically which license values are written to com.apple.dt.Xcode.plist when a license is accepted, you can do so by reading the contents of a file in the Xcode application set called LicenseInfo.plist: You must start/open Xcode once to accept the license agreement. The easiest way to run the app is to click on the Spotlight icon at the top right and simply type the name. If you`ve ever gone through the process of automating Xcode installations, you`ve undoubtedly encountered the problem of making sure that the license for Xcode and the included SDKs has been accepted. An unlicensed Xcode looks like this on the first launch and requires administrator rights: The first Xcode license I accepted was a beta license. Therefore, the entries in this file were somehow always named.
Beta. which seems to have caused the error. Running `sudo xcodebuild -license accept` creates a new File that is compatible with Matlab (assuming you are not using a beta version of Xcode). If you have multiple versions of Xcode, you must accept different versions of the contract. There are two important points to remember about this: After running the command `sudo xcodebuild -license accept`, you may need to restart your software and you have not accepted the Xcode license agreements. You must accept the two license agreements listed below to use Xcode. Simply enter the sudo xcodebuild license in the terminal after pressing q, then type agree The “acceptance status” license for Xcode is stored in a list of properties located in /Library/Preferences/com.apple.dt.Xcode.plist. It is not accessible using a settings API, but only by reading and writing to a property list file. There are four keys that can store this license information. To see what I currently have on my system, I print the contents of the plist: sudo xcode-select –switch/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer It takes administrator privileges to do this (so use sudo or run as root), but the xcodebuild -license accept command worked for me on Xcode 7.1. I then went to the Mac, opened Xcode 8, but was never asked to accept a new license.
How can I accept the license if Xcode never gave me the opportunity?!?! I`ve done some research on this topic and found that you can accept the license through Xcode`s command-line tools. To make it work for you: Otherwise, I got the error: xcode-select: error: the `xcodebuild` tool requires Xcode, but the active developer directory `/Library/Developer/CommandLineTools` is an instance of command-line tools Also – when I just ran on Sierra, I first had to run: sudo xcode-select -s /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer Pressing q, we can quickly mark the license as read, Then the last prompt appears By typing “Accept” you accept the terms of the software license agreements. Type `print` to print it or something else to cancel it, [accept, print, cancel] By pressing Enter, the screen displays the license and at the bottom of the screen you will be prompted to use the following command to directly accept the license: You can also try to activate the command-line tools to avoid the problem of accepting the license: I had to make the Clover space, type xcode (which XCode beta pulled up) and press Clover-Enter to open the file location. I noticed that my XCode was still in the “Downloads” folder. Press Enter to display the license agreements under `/opt/homebrew-cask/Caskroom/xcode/7.1/Xcode.app/Contents/Resources/English.lproj/License.rtf`. If you look at these values and the values of the PlistBuddy command shown earlier, you can see how they are mapped. licenseType is GM or Beta, and these determine which of the two key pairs is defined in com.apple.dt.Xcode.plist. Corresponding XcodeVersionForAgreedTo. The key contains the CFBundleShortVersionString of Xcode.app. Warning: Xcode is installed, but its license has not been accepted. Run Xcode and accept the license agreement.
So I dragged and dropped it to the “Applications” folder, and then I did the following: Download Xcode or move it to your Applications folder. Then open Terminal and run both commands. One by one. Thanks Andy, with this line indicating the location of Xcode and then accepting, it works brilliantly. I have already mentioned the possibility of having multiple versions of Xcode. This may be the case if you are developing or testing software that requires older Xcode for compatibility with the project or SDKs included for older versions of the operating system. You can call these xcodes something like “Xcode-6.4.app”, etc. so that you can keep multiple xcodes side by side. The Ruby XcodeInstall jewel, a tool to automate the installation of multiple versions of Xcode, does this.
(And from newer versions, you can also run this tool with 🎉 – yes, the party popper emoji you typed into your terminal command prompt.) I also downloaded the latest version of the command-line tools, but I don`t know if it would have been necessary. 2. Make sure that the command line tools selection is the latest version of Xcode, I want to install a C-based toolkit on the MATLAB software. To do this, I need to install the GCC compiler. I think I`ve done it before. And I also have Xcode. Still no joy, visit the Member Center/Account and iTunes Connect, Taxes/Agreements/Banks to confirm that nothing needs to be agreed there. If XCode is not installed, you can download it from Apple Developer or the App Store. To configure the toolbox, I have to write mex -setup; in the MATLAB command window. I have the following warning and I don`t know how to resolve it: Does this mean that you do not have the option to accept or that it works, but you still receive the warning of the new conditions when you update the certificates? It looks like this could be a MATLAB issue.
What version of Xcode are you using? Check with MATLAB to see if this is a supported version. 3. After making these changes, open the command line and do the following: For several years, the Munki wiki has been running a list of actions to “complete” an Xcode installation. See the script published here on the Munki wiki, especially this part: Hi Ryan – can you check my fork? I added a run bit to the script and fixed it so that the expected shell was commented correctly. Note: The name Xcode should be Xocde, not like Xcode 8.2, etc., Save time developing applications for multiple platforms with Xamarin!!!. Software License Agreements Press `spacebar` for more or `q` to exit the error with mex No supported compiler or SDK was found. For options, see www.mathworks.com/support/compilers/R2014a/maci64. If you`re curious about some of Xcode`s support features related to support packages, downloadables (simulators and docsets), etc., the DVTFoundation framework binary in Xcode.app/Contents/SharedFrameworks/DVTFoundation.framework is a good place to start. 5. Open Visual Studio again and you should be able to connect to your Mac without any other problems! To accept the Xcode license in CLI, we can 1.