I am having a problem with git on my mac. Yesterday I was completing an
assignment for a course I am taking where we set up a git workspace and
imported new settings which changed certain features like $ color. Some of
the features didn't take, like being able to launch sublime from the
terminal. I attempted to retrace my steps, but could not figure out what
was missing. Stupidly, I ended up deleting two files that I shouldn't have,
which seems to now be causing a huge issue with git and my .bash profile. I
receive the following error upon logging in:
-bash: /Users/Justin/git-completion.bash: No such file or directory
-bash: /Users/Justin/git-prompt.sh: No such file or directory
-bash: __git_ps1: command not found
Justin ~ $
I believe the problem stems from the missing git-completion.bash and
git-prompt.sh files. I am not sure about the git_ps1 error.
I have tried to identify the location of git using 'which git' but I am
denied, and similarly, I have been denied every way I could think of to
remove git. I have tried the following commands:
rm -rf /usr/local/git
sudo port uninstall git
brew uninstall git
None of these commands have been successful. I feel like I am completed
bricked. Please help!
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