After upgrading my MacBook to an SSD, I re-installed Lion through the recovery software which worked like a charm by the way... I was too busy to install Mountain Lion afterwards but I managed to install all of my development software;
- Sublime Text
- Ruby on Rails
Last night however I left my MBP to download Mountain Lion so I could install it this morning, again it worked like a charm, except for one issue. I couldn't push my blog post about Clear for Mac because I was missing Git, what?
I definitely installed it as I had already posted Chris Whartons interview the day before, it seems like Mountain Lion just hated my Git install, so what happened? Well, I don't actually know what happened, but I know how to fix it!
- Install Xcode, if you haven't already.
- Go to the Preferences window, then to Downloads.
- Download the Command Line Tools.
- Quit Terminal if you have it open already.
- Launch Terminal again and type in
gityou should see the list of what you can do again!
Done! Stupid Mountain Lion.