Going Mac – Part 1

Part of documenting my transition to web dev on Mac is to record what needs to be set up  & configured. Should things ever go awry, this post could be a shortcut to getting back to a work-ready state.


Apps etc installed

The following needed to be installed manually.

The following were installed via the commands in the next section.


Other tasks

Show hidden files. Apparently this needs the command line!


Commands run

/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"

brew update
brew upgrade

brew tap homebrew/dupes 
brew tap homebrew/versions 
brew tap homebrew/homebrew-php 
brew tap caskroom/fonts 
brew tap caskroom/cask 
brew install node
npm install --global gulp-cli 

brew unlink php70
brew install php71

brew install git-flow-avh
brew cask install font-fira-code
brew cask install iterm2
brew cask install gimp

sudo xcodebuild -license


Other changes






One response to “Going Mac – Part 1”

  1. […] a follow up to my previous posts, I’m updating my list of brew installs, and have discovered the bundle […]

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