I apologize for the slow response.  However, thank you very much for
the reply and the help.  I really appreciate it!!


On Mar 12, 9:13 pm, David Aguilar <dav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On  0, Ken <kohud...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have Git version installed on my Mac.  It's been there
> > awhile and to be honest I'm not really sure what specific method I
> > used for an install (I know dumb mistake).  Anyway, I would like to
> > upgrade to the latest version.  What would be the best method for
> > doing this?  (I noticed on another thread the suggestion for
> > uninstalling git prior to installing the new version.  Unfortunately,
> > there was a follow-up response to that suggestion that was never
> > answered so I'm uncertain how to proceed.)
> > Thanks very much,
> > Ken
> Yes, you should uninstall the git you currently have by using
> 'make uninstall'.  After you've done that, download the
> latest code and install it.
> It's important that you use the git 1.5.x code to uninstall
> it since that's the version that you installed initially.
> If you have trouble uninstalling then you can probably cheat
> and simply:
>         $ ls $(which git)-*
>         $ rm $(which git)-*
> prior to your new install.
> Have fun,
> --
>         David
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