DevMyMac is a script that allows the user to setup their OSX / MacOS Computer for Development in
See Below For whats installed!
Works with OSX Yosemite, OSX El Capitan & MacOS Sierra
To use this script, first you must install XCode, or the XCode Command Line Tools. To install the command line tools, use the command:
Then you can use the script!
sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adamisntdead/DevMyMac/master/setup.sh)"
The first thing the script does when you run it, is you are prompted for the name of your computer. Then, we take the name and use it to set the hostname and computer name.
sudo scutil --set ComputerName "$cpname" sudo scutil --set HostName "$cpname" sudo scutil --set LocalHostName "$cpname" defaults write /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.smb.server NetBIOSName -string "$cpname"
After this we make a few changes to the settings:
defaults write -g ApplePressAndHoldEnabled -bool false
defaults write com.apple.finder ShowPathbar -bool true
defaults write NSGlobalDomain KeyRepeat -int 0.02
defaults write NSGlobalDomain InitialKeyRepeat -int 12
chflags nohidden ~/Library
You will be prompted for your name and Git E-Mail. This is to set the git configuration values.
git config --global user.email "[email protected]" git config --global user.name "Adam Kelly"
Next, the script will install OhMyZsh, which isa really nice configuration pack for Zsh, which is the shell of choice for many, including myself. We don't need to install zsh, as its already installed on OSX.
Homebrew is a package manager for OSX / MacOS, thats quite popular. Its buit on Ruby, and is really simple to use. It is what we will use to install most of the software and packages in the script.
You install it using the command:
/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
You will now be prompted for a few options on what you would like to install, see the individual sections on each one for a full explenation
One of the main parts of this script is the ease of installing the Packages / Apps you use quickly. To do this, we are going to use Homebrew, and a Homebrew tap called Cask.
To install cask, we use this command:
brew tap caskroom/cask
Now we can use 2 commands to install apps and packages.
To install a homebrew package normally, we use the command
brew install package-name, and to install an app using Cask, we use
brew cask install app-name.
As part of this script we install these packages:
Using this command:
brew install \ tree \ wget \ ack \ heroku-toolbelt
And install these apps:
Using this command:
brew cask install \ google-chrome \ coderunner \ evernote \ firefox \ spotify \ gitter \ github-desktop \ atom \ gitkraken \ obs \ steam \ mamp \ macdown \ google-drive \ iterm2 \ sublime-text \ virtualbox \ minecraft \ scratch
Finally, we install EMacs
brew install emacs --with-cocoa brew linkapps emacs
Instead of installing Nodejs via Homebrew, we can install it via Node Version Manager, This gives us more control over what versions we are using, which is handy when testing our code for backwards compatibility.
We install NVM with this command:
curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.31.4/install.sh | bash
Then we can use NVM to install the latest version of Node, and then tell NVM to use that version.
nvm install node nvm use node
Now we have access to the Node command, and also NPM (Node Package Manager). The script also installs some modules for convenience (Bower, Gulp, Grunt-CLI, Coffeescript, JSHint and LESS)
To setup for java development, we want to install the JDK (Java Development Kit), along with my IDE of choice, eclipse.
Thankfully, we can install all of these using Homebrew:
brew cask install \ java \ eclipse-ide \ eclipse-java
Again, we can do all of this with Homebrew. First we install the JDK as its a dependency for others, then the IDE's and finally the Android SDK:
brew cask install \ java \ eclipse-ide \ eclipse-java \ android-studio \ intellij-idea-ce brew install android-sdk
Like with node, the best wasy to install ruby is by using the Ruby Version Manager. This means we can easily control what version of ruby we are using, which again is helpful for backwards checking ect.
First, we must setup something to get a key, so that the installation doesnt fail.
brew install gpg command curl -sSL https://rvm.io/mpapis.asc | gpg --import -
then we can run the RVM install script
\curl -L https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable source ~/.rvm/scripts/rvm
And then finally we can install the latest version of ruby:
rvm install ruby-2.3.1
Now we have Ruby and Ruby Gems installed, we can install rails
gem install bundler gem install rails
This bit is quite simple, to install Unity3D We can just use the cask for both Unity and the Unity Web Player The command is the same as the installation of the core apps:
brew cask install unity unity-web-player
We can install all of these using homebrew, and we can install MySQL Workbench Using Cask
brew install \ mysql \ postgresql \ mongodb \ redis \ elasticsearch brew cask install mysqlworkbench