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Awesome Open Source

Homebrew Bundle

Bundler for non-Ruby dependencies from Homebrew, Homebrew Cask, Mac App Store and Whalebrew.

Requirements

Homebrew (on macOS or Linux) for installing dependencies.

Homebrew Cask is optional and used for installing Mac applications.

mas-cli is optional and used for installing Mac App Store applications.

Whalebrew is optional and used for installing Whalebrew images.

Installation

brew bundle is automatically installed when first run.

Usage

See the brew bundle section of the brew man output or brew bundle --help.

An example Brewfile:

# 'brew tap'
tap "homebrew/cask"
# 'brew tap' with custom Git URL
tap "user/tap-repo", "https://[email protected]/user/homebrew-tap-repo.git"
# set arguments for all 'brew install --cask' commands
cask_args appdir: "~/Applications", require_sha: true

# 'brew install'
brew "imagemagick"
# 'brew install --with-rmtp', 'brew services restart' on version changes
brew "denji/nginx/nginx-full", args: ["with-rmtp"], restart_service: :changed
# 'brew install', always 'brew services restart', 'brew link', 'brew unlink mysql' (if it is installed)
brew "[email protected]", restart_service: true, link: true, conflicts_with: ["mysql"]

# 'brew install --cask'
cask "google-chrome"
# 'brew install --cask --appdir=~/my-apps/Applications'
cask "firefox", args: { appdir: "~/my-apps/Applications" }
# always upgrade auto-updated or unversioned cask to latest version even if already installed
cask "opera", greedy: true
# 'brew install --cask' only if '/usr/libexec/java_home --failfast' fails
cask "java" unless system "/usr/libexec/java_home --failfast"

# 'mas install'
mas "1Password", id: 443987910

# 'whalebrew install'
whalebrew "whalebrew/wget"

Note

Homebrew does not support installing specific versions of a library, only the most recent one, so there is no good mechanism for storing installed versions in a .lock file.

If your software needs specific versions then perhaps you'll want to look at using Vagrant to better match your development and production environments.

Tests

Tests can be run with bundle install && bundle exec rspec.

Copyright

Copyright (c) Homebrew maintainers and Andrew Nesbitt. See LICENSE for details.


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