The command "git" is not in any of the directories in the $PATH
environment variable. I don't use MacOSX much at all, so I don't know
how to set up this for a Terminal session. This might help:
I think you can use Finder to determine which subdirectory contains
the "git" command.
On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 2:42 PM, <banaca...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a clone of a local repository on my computer, and when I try to issue
> any git command from Terminal I get this "git: Command not found.". That
> seems to indicate that git is not in the directory containing the clone, but
> it is. In fact I have used GITX (the graphical interface for Mac) to make
> 10 commits to this clone, so I know it exists. Plus, I can see the .git
> directory within the directory containing the clone. And I have an exclude
> file in .git > info to exclude tracking images, etc.
> Can someone explain why I can't access this clone through Terminal?
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