On 12 Sep 2015 11:32 pm, "Robert Marshall" <robert...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Running OSX Yosemite 10.10.5 on a Mac Mini. I checked and the currently
installed version of Git comes up at 2.3.2 in the terminal prompt. I
downloaded the latest build package, which is 2.5.0, released earlier this
> At this point I opened the dmg file and ran the
git-2.5.0-intel-universal-mavericks.pkg file, and followed the instructions
to install the package. After receiving "The Software Package was
Successfully Installed Message" I checked the version again. However, it is
still showing 2.3.2 as being installed.
> I even logged out, and back in. But, it's still showing the older version.
> Is the installer not working properly, or am I missing a step somewhere
along the lines?

It could be a simple issue with $PATH. Check where your shell says Git is
and see if that matches with the location you'd expect.


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