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 See the [[https://​github.com/​justingardner/​mrTools/​commits/​master|commit logs]] for what has changed recently. See the [[https://​github.com/​justingardner/​mrTools/​commits/​master|commit logs]] for what has changed recently.
  
-We recommend using git if at all possible (so that you can easily stay on top of the many improvements to the code we continue to make). ​The latest versions of Mac OS 10.8 (Mountain Lion) does **not have git preinstalled**. You can install git by following [[https://​help.github.com/​articles/​set-up-git/​|these instructions]]. Or by installing the latest [[http://​developer.apple.com/​tools/​xcode/​index.html|Xcode]] (make sure that you have checked the option to install the command line tools to get svn - if you already have Xcode installed, but svn is not installed, go to Xcode > Preferences > Downloads > Command Line Tools > Install). ​+We recommend using git if at all possible (so that you can easily stay on top of the many improvements to the code we continue to make). ​Since, ​Mac OS 10.8 (Mountain Lion) does **not have git preinstalled**. You can install git by following [[https://​help.github.com/​articles/​set-up-git/​|these instructions]]. Or by installing the latest [[http://​developer.apple.com/​tools/​xcode/​index.html|Xcode]] (make sure that you have checked the option to install the command line tools to get svn - if you already have Xcode installed, but svn is not installed, go to Xcode > Preferences > Downloads > Command Line Tools > Install). ​
  
 If you are really unable to get git, you can download [[http://​gru.stanford.edu/​download/​mrTools.tar.gz|mrTools.tar.gz]] which contains an older version of the code (not currently updated). It should just open by clicking on it. If not, from a command line, you should be able to do: If you are really unable to get git, you can download [[http://​gru.stanford.edu/​download/​mrTools.tar.gz|mrTools.tar.gz]] which contains an older version of the code (not currently updated). It should just open by clicking on it. If not, from a command line, you should be able to do: