I'm still stumped.

Related to update bundles can't find git:

bash-$ git --version
git version
 bash-$ which git
 bash-$ echo $TM_GIT

looks ok to me.

TM preferences also had a definition for TM_GIT = /usr/local/git, which I changed to usr/local/git/bin/git. I tried update all bundles restarting TM in between. (note: "shell" means .bash_profile, reloaded after change).
  1. set TM_GIT = /usr/local/git/bin/git in shell and TM_GIT = /usr/local/git in SHELL VARIABLES
  2. shell as above, VARIABLE to match
  3. shell as above, VARIABLE unchecked
  4. shell as above, VARIABLE removed
Each time GetBundles returns 
sh: git: command not found

I've been using TM since it first came out. It's been nice to me up to here. Maybe if I offer it a cookie? Or ... does anybody have any idea what silliness I'm doing?


On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 6:11 PM, Melissa Chase <mpchase@mac.com> wrote:

What I posted originally had a typo. In bash you set variables using "=", so the line should be

export TM_GIT=/usr/local/git/bin/git

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