Demonstrates using the macOS project for building and managing an existing development tool set.
# Hello and welcome to the Alchemists Screencasts! # Today, we'll look at the macOS project (https://www.alchemists.io/projects/mac_os). # You'll want to clone (or download) this project for global use and general upkeep: git clone git://github.com/bkuhlmann/mac_os.git cd mac_os # You can check out a stable release (recommended) by running: `git checkout <version>`. # For this tutorial, we'll live on the edge and use the `master` branch instead. # While in the project root, we can use the `bin/run` script to interact: bin/run # As the error indicates, we need a corresponding macOS Config project. # Let's clone the one I use (any compatible config project will do, though): cd .. git clone git://github.com/bkuhlmann/mac_os-config.git cd mac_os bin/run # Notice there are four sections: Boot, Install, Restore, and Manage. # We'll walk through each section, starting with "Boot": bin/run B # This would create a boot disk for which to install macOS onto a new/existing machine. # Documentation is always printed to guide you with next steps. # In this situation, it threw an error because the disk wasn't mounted properly. # Had we done that, it would have outputted boot disk creation progress. bin/run # The next section is "Install". # The options listed here can be used by a new or existing machine. # For full system install, use: `bin/run i`. # Then follow the prompts and restart your system afterwards. # You can run each setup step individually too -- Check README for details. # Next up is the "Restore" section. # This provides a way to restore software settings, personal directories, etc. # (after installing software from the previous section) bin/run R # In this case, the backup volume doesn't exist. # Otherwise, it would have rsync'd files from the backup (see README for details). # Last of the sections is the "Manage" section. # This allows you to perform maintenance of previously installed software. # We'll walk through some of these options to see how they are used: bin/run c # Here we can see that all software is currently up-to-date (for the most part 😉). # We can uninstall software by using any of the u* options: bin/run # Sometimes there are situations where you need to reinstall/upgrade an app/extension. # For that, you can use the equivalent reinstall options. Example: # bin/run ra # bin/run rx # Enjoy! # https://www.alchemists.io # ☿ 🜔 🜍 🜂 🜃 🜁 🜄