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If you would like to install TeamViewer on the Mac, you can find the right download packages here: Download TeamViewer for Mac. On this page you´ll find the TeamViewer full version as well as the Host module and the QuickSupport and QuickJoin module. If you wonder which module fits best for your needs, you can have a look into this article in.

There are several options for installing Git on macOS. Note that any non-source distributions are provided by third parties, and may not be up to date with the latest source release.

If it is missing, it will be install with python2. The -without-numpy flag is used if you want to manage numpy with pip3 instead of homebrew. Sublime Text 3 is a good text editor. It needs a paid license per user. Sadly it does not offer educational discount. Trial version is downloadable from its website or install from homebrew. Mac OS X “application installation automation” – now say that 3 times quickly! This is a post about Homebrew and Cask, two package management projects for OS X CLI and GUI applications respectively, and why they’re so useful when it comes to setting a new Apple Mac.

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Homebrew

Install homebrew if you don't already have it, then:
$ brew install git

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Xcode

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Apple ships a binary package of Git with Xcode.

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Binary installer

Tim Harper provides an installer for Git. The latest version is 2.33.0, which was released about 1 month ago, on 2021-08-30.

Building from Source

Install

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If you prefer to build from source, you can find tarballs on kernel.org. The latest version is 2.33.0.

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Installing git-gui

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If you would like to install git-gui and gitk, git's commit GUI and interactive history browser, you can do so using homebrew
$ brew install git-gui