I ran it, here is the output:

bash-3.2$ export PATH=/usr/local/git/bin:$PATH
bash-3.2$ git --version
git version
bash-3.2$ exit

Unfortunately I still receive "git: Command not found" when I enter git 
status at the prompt in ANY of my git enabled directories.  Also, I did an 
echo $PATH after running your command and the path has not changed.

Any thoughts?

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