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When I run brew install git I get several WARNING messages
This is what I get:
Warning: You seem to have osx-gcc-installer installed.
Homebrew doesn't support osx-gcc-installer. It causes many builds to fail and
is an unlicensed distribution of really old Xcode files.
xcode-select --install to install the CLT.
Warning: You have an outdated version of /usr/bin/install_name_tool installed.
This will cause binary package installations to fail.
This can happen if you install osx-gcc-installer or RailsInstaller.
To restore it, you must reinstall OS X or restore the binary from
the OS packages.
I'm not sure what I should do... Thanks.
It just seems like you have two conflicting installers. I would just choose one. Homebrew will make sure to keep anything you need and gives you instructions to remove the extraneous programs. Brew and osx-gcc-installer don't seem to want to work together. If the instruction given by brew do not work it looks like you have to reinstall OSX which would be a pain based on this info:
Wow. I really do not want to have to reinstall OSX. Bummer.