I’m trying to install breakaway using the instructions outlined here… https://library.qiime2.org/plugins/q2-breakaway/9/
When I installed the breakaway dependencies I received the following error…
xcrun: error: invalid active developer path (/Library/Developer/CommandLineTools), missing xcrun at: /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin/xcrun
Then when I tried to install breakaway and q2-breakaway I got the following error…
(qiime2-2020.8) abc6cmac:~ abc6c$ pip install git+https://github.com/statdivlab/q2-breakaway.git
Cloning https://github.com/statdivlab/q2-breakaway.git to /private/var/folders/cr/nkn3f6j93cx5cx5y1z_61mj1l2p_md/T/pip-req-build-_kc6kvwh
ERROR: Command errored out with exit status 1: git clone -q https://github.com/statdivlab/q2-breakaway.git /private/var/folders/cr/nkn3f6j93cx5cx5y1z_61mj1l2p_md/T/pip-req-build-_kc6kvwh Check the logs for full command output.
Any/all help is appreciated.
@ABCahoon, have you read the error logs? They might point you in the right direction.
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I posted this question back in September, breakaway plugin installation error, and have been struggling off and on to solve the problem ever since. I found the solution today in this post, Installing QIIME on my Mac, specifically the need to follow this link, https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/254380/why-am-i-getting-an-invalid-active-developer-path-when-attempting-to-use-git-a, where I learned that I needed to install Command Line Tools from the Apple Developer store (it was free). This solved my problem and I can now download plugins .
I appreciate the response in the original message. I realize in hindsight that that my question would have been easier to address if I had included that I was using MacOS 10.15 Catalina as it seems to be a Mac specific problem.
Side note, this was also affecting my ability to download some packages in R and it was generally driving me bananas.
Super glad you figured this out, @ABCahoon, and thanks for sharing. I suspect some other unhappy MacOS user will appreciate the effort you put in.