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I have been learning Rails with the help of Michael Hartl's tutorial, but I think I messed something up while following his Git installation directions: First, everything works; in fact, I completed tutorial and pushed to GitHub and deployed to Heroku, no problem there.

But it looks like Git installed into my home directory. It wrote directories like:

lib/ 
bin/ 
libexec/

right into my home folder, next to OS X's "Movies", "Music", "Desktop", etc... I've inspected the contents, it's all Git stuff.

So: do I need to completely uninstall and reinstall Git, or is there a clean way to move it to the proper directory?

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You can probably fix this by simply deleting the unwanted directories from your home directory, then reinstalling using the Git installation for Mac.

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