Install Git without xcode
In the terminal app do:
This will install prompt you to install them, agree to the terms and it will download: git, svn, libtool, perl, make, among others. These would come with many Linux distros by default.
You can investigate the install:
Select an area to save to a file
cmd + shift + 4
Screen snip to clipboard
cmd + shift + ctrl + 4
cmd + shift + 4 #then spacebar
Window screenshot to clipboard
cmd + shift + cmd + 4 #then spacebar
Screenshot, record screen UI
There’s another option for taking screenshots in Mojave.
cmd + shift + 5
This is where you can configure the type of snip you want to take.
Hold dow the option key when taking a screenshot to remove the shadow.
The ’#’ character
alt + 3
Show hidden files
shift + cmd + .
Enable “Allow apps downloaded from:”
You may notice that the option to “Allow apps downloaded from: Anywhere” is disabled, to enable it use:
sudo spctl --master-disable