PhoneGap “git” command line tool is not installed

I’m using Phonegap 3.0 and the Command Line Interface as per the phonegap website install instructions.
I have created an app just fine on iOS:

npm install -g phonegap

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    phonegap build ios

    phonegap local plugin add
    Which responds with this error:

    Error fetching plugin: Error: "git" command line tool is not installed: make sure it is accessible on your PATH.

    Now, I have tried installing the “git” command line tool, but I’m not exactly sure if I’m installing it right, or if I was even downloading the right thing, or how to align the PATH to be accessible.

    Any advice here? Has anyone dealt with or seen this? Thank you very much

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    Hi “git” is also a node module. Simplest way want i found is.

    npm install -g git 

    This will install git in you node source location as a module.

    Restart the machine.

    Install phonegap plugin:

    C:\Users\user1\yourprojectname>cordova plugin add

    You will get response as:

    Fetching plugin from "
    Starting installation of "" for android
    Preparing android project installed on android.

    Hope this will be very helpful. If any issue reply.

    Just download the git CLI tool for Mac:

    Download and install git from . Set path in System Environment variable pointing to the installation path, in my case C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin.

    So go to control panel-> system ->Advance System Settings -> Environment Variable -> System Variable

    Select Path and Edit it. Append C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin to it.

    It will work for sure.

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.