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Maybe you need Xcode, try running "mkdir /Applications/Xcode.app"





As mentioned in a reply to a sibling, Xcode has been installed (for like five years) on this machine, and launching it doesn't help. The next step would be to compile and run an application with it, which I haven't bothered.

I would expect checks for Xcode to go through xcselect rather than a simple directory check. Installing the command line tools (sudo xcode-select --install) might actually be a better idea to test this.

I thought the same, but actually this method worked for me when I wanted the the Spotlight "Developer" option to show up (the CLT were already installed). I have the Developer panel under "privacy" as well, even if I never installed Xcode on my machine



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