I am trying to upgrade my SVN version on OSX 10.11 El Capitan. I installed the latest SVN version by
brew install svn. When I am typing
svn --version I am still getting the old version. From a lot of reading, I understand that I need to change the symbolic link form the old SVN to the new SVN that was installed with brew. This is made by deleting the old symbolic link with
sudo rm /usr/bin/svn and then creating the new one by
sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/svn /usr/lib/svn. the problem is that the new "System Integrity Protection" of the OS X El Capitan is blocking the accesses to /usr/bin directory. I found a simple way to disable the SIP but I am searching for a way to do this without disabling SIP. Is there a way to do this? What will be the best practice?