I originally had git installed via Homebrew, but on this machine I forgot to setup the bash completion. So when I attempted to download the git source I accidentally installed a second version of git (1.7.3) which overrode 1.8.0.
Obviously I should've been more careful. So, I attempted to uninstall that version of git in hopes the version installed with Homebrew would just work, but it's not.
So question is, how do I uninstall all versions of git, and then re-install the latest version with Homebrew?
rm -rf /usr/local/bin/git rm /etc/paths.d/git
But after the first line, I just got: No such file or directory
I also uninstalled git through brew and then reinstalled it, but when I do:
I get nothing. :/