Updating your PATH env var.  You can do it adding that your .profile file:

export PATH = /usr/local/git/bin:$PATH

Hope it helps ;)

PS: I'd recommend to install Git via brew.


On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 7:24 PM, Артур Файзрахманов <herald...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hi friends! I've recently updated my git installation on Mac OS X via
> default installation package to version 2.0.1. Before installation I used
> uninstall script bundled with installation package as described in readme
> file. However `git --version` shows me that I use 1.8.4 version.
>
> After short investigation I've found several git binaries in my system:
> /usr/local/bin/git – git version *1.8.4*
> /usr/bin/git       – git version *1.8.5.2* (Apple Git-48)
>
> Finally I've found the new one
>
> /usr/local/git/bin/git – git version *2.0.1*
> Currently default is:
> $ which git
> /usr/local/bin/git
>
> So, what is the best way to make git 2.0.1 to be a default system-wide
> git binary?
>
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