Adding GIT PATH on Windows
How do I add my GIT directory to the PATH on Windows?
On Windows NT+ and Windows Server 2000+:
- Go to Control Panel and open the System icon (Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> System, or just Start -> Control Panel -> System for Windows XP/2003+)
- Go to the Advanced tab
- Click on the 'Environment Variables' button
- Look into the 'System Variables' pane
- Find the Path entry (you may need to scroll to find it.
- Double click on the Path entry
- Enter your GIT directory at the end, including ';' before (e.g. ;C:\git
- Press OK
On Windows 98/Me you need to edit the autoexec.bat file:
Open the Notepad (Start -> Run and enter notepad)
Open the C:\autoexec.bat file
Locate the line with PATH=C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND;..... and add: ;C:\git to the end of the line
Save the file and restart your computer
Note: Be sure to reboot after following the steps above to ensure that the PATH changes are applied.
How do I add my GIT directory to the PATH On Mac
Do the following
sudo vi /etc/paths
Add the git path in a line.