On Sunday, July 27, 2014 8:05:34 PM UTC+2, Bill CX wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have an issue to update the git on Mac, hope someone can help me.
> I am trying to use this command line to update my git to 2.0.3. git clone 
> https://github.com/git/git. 
> I currently have git 1.8.4, and I have no idea to remove the older version 
> either. Please help me. 

I've personally come to believe that any other way than homebrew [1] is the 
wrong way to install Git on a Mac these days.

    brew install git

Then make sure that homebrew's bin folder (usually /usr/local/bin) comes 
first in your $PATH, so `which git` points to /usr/local/bin/git.

[1] http://brew.sh/

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