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To long for comment, Hit Command+Shift+G from the OS X desktop A Commandline will open, enter /user/bin and hit open There will open a new window, containing a long list, search for clang: If clang or others are NOT on this list, most likely you have to install "Command Line Tools" see here (or ask Google ...). Always check with friends when ...


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Very likely you need to install Xcode. Unless things changed with Mavericks, OSX has a compiler available but not installed by default As Brett Champion mentioned, try FileNames["/usr/bin/clang"] If this returns a file, then clang (A compiler) is installed, and likely should work.


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First, I like to apologize for answering my own question because I overlooked some essential initial steps when working with MonObjC. Preconditions In order to access the Cocoa-APIs from Mathematica via .NETLink there need to be installed 2 separate packages: The Mono environment which can be obtained from here: Mono Project Download Page The MonObjC ...


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One workaround I found is this: getRand[] := AbortProtect@Module[{stream, res}, stream = OpenRead["!head -c 4 /dev/random", BinaryFormat -> True]; res = BinaryRead[stream, "UnsignedInteger32"]; Close[stream]; res ] Tested on OS X and Linux.


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To open the help page just place the cursor somewhere within the function name and press F1. To get the template list use the following shortcut Ctrl+Shift+k. More keyboard shortcuts can be found here.



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