I use my Mac for S/W development and use git as my version control tool. I have never wanted/needed X-code in the past so never installed it. I recently upgraded to Mojave and noticed my git no longer works. The error "missing xcrun at: /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin/xcrun" appears, and is easily googled with a recommendation of running "xcode-select --install". When I do that, I get the pop-up offering to install the command line tools with options: get Xcode, Not now, and install. I choose install and then get the "Can't install the software because it is not currently available from the Software Update Server". Once again something easily googled. Unfortunately it seems all the recommendations center around installing Xcode which I really don't want to do. Is there a solution to this that doesn't involve loading the entire Xcode application? I'm ok with just the CLI, but would like to avoid Xcode if possible. Appreciate any suggestions.