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OS X Setup TextWrangler as Your Default Editor for Git

TextWrangler already installs the command line utility "edit" so the hardest pard is done, if you did not install it for some reason, then just go to "TextWrangler --> Install Command Line Tools..." and you should be all set with this part.

To make Git play nice (or should I rather say TextWrangler play nice with Git), we need to properly set it up as the default editor for Git. And luckily it's as easy as

git config --global core.editor "edit --wait --resume "$@""