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Marc R.
user 50500812
Framingham, MA
Post #: 4
For those unfamiliar with git, GitHub has a Mac app that you can use that is available. Xcode includes git so you can use it from the command line too. In Terminal, cd to the project directory and enter

git clone <url to the repository>

From the GitHub page, there is are buttons to do things like Clone in Mac, get an archive, and copy the URL for each repository.

Search the Mac App store for "git" to find some gui clients there. There is also
Gitx
Tower
GitHub for Mac
Marc R.
user 50500812
Framingham, MA
Post #: 7
Marc R.
user 50500812
Framingham, MA
Post #: 13
More Git stuff from Atlassian. They have a service, Bitbucket, which is similar to GitHub but allows for private repositories.
They have a tutorial on using Git
And they make a stand-alone git/mercurial client called SourceTree

Naturally, if you use all of their stuff, it integrates so the Bitbucket web site has a "clone in SourceTree" button which is handy.
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