Version Control System (VSC)

How to install Git on macOS

Git is a version control system that allows developers to track a project and actively contribute without interfering in each other’s work. It supports collaboration within a project and helps prevent miscommunication or code clashing between team members. Git is a very supported open source project and the project maintainers have shown balanced judgment and a mature approach to meeting the long-term needs of its users with regular releases that improve usability and functionality. The quality of the open-source software is easily scrutinized and countless businesses rely heavily on that quality. Kindly see how to install and uninstall Docker Desktop on Windows 10 and Windows Server, how to clone a repository and install software from GitHub on Windows, Panic: Failed to register the GitLab-runner, you may be having network issues,

See the following guides for more information
– For how to use AWS CodeCommit.
- For how to clone a repository and install software from GitHub on Windows.

Kindly refer to these related guides: How to create and deploy a local Registry Server with Docker Image, how to Pull your first Nginx Container Image from Docker Hub and deploy it to your local machine, Azure DevOps and GitHub integration for Docker and Kubernetes deployment, how to create a static pod in Kubernetes, and how to install, register and start GitLab Runner on Windows.

Step 1: Install the Package
Double click the package in this disk image to install. This installs git to /usr/local/git, and places symlinks into /usr/local/bin and /usr/share/man/.

Step 2: Remove stubs (Yosemite and earlier)
When you run “git“, you might see this message: ‘The “git” command requires the command line developer tools. Would you like to install the tools now?”
– This is because OS X ships with stubs, and these stubs are taking precedence over /usr/local/bin.

To resolve, run the following command:

sudo mv /usr/bin/git /usr/bin/git-system

This should not be a problem in OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), as /usr/local/bin takes precedence over /usr/bin

Reference: You will find this link very useful. I hope you found this blog post helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comment session.

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