Sorry, it’s somewhat “off-topic”, but since I could not find any help, I try here because I know people will answer kindly.
/System/Library/Frameworks/QuickTime.framework/Headers/QuickTimeComponents.h:6168: parse error before "AVAILABLE_MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_3_AND_LATER" ---- And most of the other errors refer to a line of code somwhere in the QuickTime framework. Like this : ---- In file included from /System/Library/Frameworks/QuickTime.framework/Headers/Movies.h:24: ---- I tried to delete the reference to the QuickTime framework and reinsert it in my project, but no result...---- Is it possible that the update could have been corrupted because I was running other apps in the background ? Anyway, thanks for your help...
I also have the same problem (apps not opening) after updating to 10.2.8 and Quicktime 6.4. —- Last week I installed both the 10.2.8 update and the QuickTime updates. Since then I can’t open Quicktime or Appleworks, as well as ALL non-apple applications: Internet Explorer, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Stuffit, Roxio Toast, OmniPage Pro, etc. They bounce in the dock for a while, and then give up. The updates were done via Software Update, and I too wondered if something happened during the update. I’ve tried downloading just the QuickTime updater and reinstalling that to see if it would help – it looks like it’s installing, but the apps still don’t work. Most Apple apps (iChat, iMovie, iPhoto, iTunes, Text Edit, Safari) still work. Any suggestions on how to fix this? –Joyce —- The quicktime update installed some new headers, and it looks like it is expected to be compiled on 10.3 only-
I’ve seen the problem on mailing lists, but I don’t really have a solution. However one person on the carbon mailing list offered this solution:
#define AVAILABLE_MAC_OS_X_VERSION_10_3_AND_LATER UNAVAILABLE_ATTRIBUTE
Yes, the problem is QT 6.4 update. The solution is to reinstall 6.3!: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=120255 -Ken