I feel like a support person or something, when all i do is take less than a minute to search for answers.
That is not the point Mr. Wiseguy who is apparently much to smart for the rest of us idiots.
I quickly found out that git, gcc and make are now located in /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr/bin With XCode 4.4. in fact, this had been the case since version 4.3. What _was_ a problem is the fact that in upgrading to 4.4 they for some reason
A) removed these tools from the path
B) neglected to properly make the command line tools, copatible with ML _and_ xcode 4.4 available... Check your console when you try and install command line tools from xcode directly... The embedded link to the install package is wrong and still refers to an old gm version.
All these issues are quickly fixed by hand with some quick edits of bash_profile or a link file here and there...
The point of parent seemed to be that osx is much more geared to make console jockeys and devs happy, being flexible and all whereas my point is that they
1) just as MS _often_ fumble releases with oversights such as the above
2) often have the arrogance to just omit things, like x11, without much warning (release notes for us regular joes that tell us about
The omissions beforehand maybe and not just buried 5 levels down on some part of the dev website?
Apple is trying just as hard to dumb things down as MS apparently is with 8
No go and revel in your own genius some more nerd boy!