Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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· kiriaze

Mac Dev Environment Setup

Mac Dev Env setups the following in an opinionated manner - but youre free and encouraged to look through the script and decide what you'd like.

homebrew

php 5.6

update mac unix tools

paths

git

ruby

mysql/mariadb

zsh

node

nginx

composer

bower

bundler

Grunt

gulp

cask - pretty much all your apps

mackup - keep your app settings in sync.

st3/chrome extensions

iterm settings

Check out the readme.md for specifics at the repo:
https://github.com/kiriaze/mac-dev-env

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Nice project, but i would recommend using a virtual machine based on vagrant. It's easy to create one (https://puphpet.com/). So you can rebuild a production server or if you like playing around with server configs or you have to test a few tools, you can reset or destroy the vm and recreate it. I don't want to miss it anymore... and i can use all the same configurations on every machine: "vagrant up" and i'm done.

over 1 year ago ·

@fbrinker thanks for the interest! Before this i had a vagrant setup as well, primarily vvv-vagrants, but kept running into issues and took too much of my time to debug so went in this direction instead - no probs so far!

over 1 year ago ·