I installed Xcode and followed the steps online to install MRtrix3. Everything worked out pretty ok until the MRtrix3 Build section where the ./configure command on my bash shell gave me an error message announcing that no suitable compiler was found. How can I make this work so I can go on to build MRtrix3?
REPORT: MRtrix build type requested: release version REPORT: WARNING: Anaconda removed from PATH to avoid conflicts REPORT: Detecting OS: darwin EXEC << CMD: sw_vers -productVersion EXIT: 0 STDOUT: 10.14.5 >> REPORT: OS X deployment target: 10.14 REPORT: Looking for compiler [x86_64-apple-darwin13.4.0-clang++]: EXEC << CMD: x86_64-apple-darwin13.4.0-clang++ --version error invoking command "x86_64-apple-darwin13.4.0-clang++": No such file or directory: 'x86_64-apple-darwin13.4.0-clang++' >> REPORT: not found ERROR: no suitable compiler found! Set the CXX environment variable to inform 'configure' of the path to the compiler on your system, as follows: $ export CXX=/usr/bin/g++-5.5 $./configure (amend with the actual path to the compiler on your system) If you are using a compiler other than gcc or clang, you can also set the CXX_ARGS environment variable to specify how your compiler expects different arguments to be presented on the command line, for instance as follows: $ export CXX_ARGS="-c CFLAGS SRC -o OBJECT" $ ./configure See the file 'configure.log' for details. If this doesn't help and you need further assistance, please post on the MRtrix3 community forum (http://community.mrtrix.org/), and make sure to include the full contents of the 'configure.log' file.