That's weird. Did you try doing a make clean after installing the Xcode update? It's usually a good idea.
What directory would I run that in though? This was a fresh download of 0.192, I even downloaded it twice just in case the first download somehow got corrupted. Just tried again and still the same error. I looked it up last night and apparently this trap error is related to something writing to a memory space thats already in use or something like that? Which makes no sense to me considering what Im doing. Tried closing everything that was running, rebooting to flush out RAM, everything I could think of. Just built a snapshot of Exult just to see if something was going on but that built perfectly fine. Im stumped.