I am trying to install synergy and getting 'Mac SDK not found'

I am trying to install the synergy (http://synergy-project.org/) in my mac and I am getting below error:

$./hm.sh conf
Mapping command: conf -> configure
Error: Mac SDK not found at: /Developer/SDKs/MacOSXhelp.sdk

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I have installed the Xcode as well, still getting below error. Appreciate any help. Thanks!
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Search on their forum for SDK and you'll find the following:  (http://synergy-project.org/forum/search.php)
... ln -s /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer . After that woozle:/ geoff$ ls /Developer/SDKs/ MacOSX10.5.sdk MacOSX10.6.sdk MacOSX10.7.sdk MacOSX10.8.sdk MacOSX10.9.sdk So that part looks fine. But woozle:synergy-1.7.2-Source geoff$ ./hm.sh conf -g 1 --mac-sdk ...

It looks like you have to link the XCode sdk content from Xcode to the Root directory.  You should also make sure you have the MacOSXhelp.sdk installed from Xcode.
This link suggests that the problem is that Apple changed the location of Mac SDK in newer versions of Xcode, but the path has not been updated in the Python installer:


It also suggests a workaround.
Hence the manual linking with the ln -s command.

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