Bundler for non-Ruby dependencies from Homebrew
Homebrew is used for installing the dependencies, it only works on OS X and so does this tool.
brew tap is new feature in Homebrew 0.9, adds more GitHub repos to the list of available formulae.
Homebrew-cask is optional and used for installing Mac applications.
You can install as a Homebrew tap:
$ brew tap Homebrew/brewdler
Brewfile in the root of your project:
$ touch Brewfile
Then list your Homebrew based dependencies in your
tap 'caskroom/cask' brew 'emacs', args: ['cocoa', 'srgb', 'with-gnutls'] brew 'redis' brew 'mongodb' brew 'sphinx' brew 'imagemagick' brew 'mysql' cask 'google-chrome'
You can then easily install all of the dependencies with one of the following commands:
$ brew brewdle
You can create a
Brewfile from all the existing Homebrew packages you have installed with:
$ brew brewdle dump
--force option will allow an existing
Brewfile to be overwritten as well.
You can also use
Brewfile as a whitelist. It's useful for maintainers/testers who regularly install lots of formulae. To uninstall all Homebrew formulae not listed in
$ brew brewdle cleanup
--dry-run option is passed, brewdler will list formulae rather than actually uninstalling them.
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.
(Or there is always MacPorts...)
Over 10 different people have contributed to the project, you can see them all here: https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew-brewdler/graphs/contributors
Tests can be ran with
Note on Patches/Pull Requests
- Fork the project.
- Make your feature addition or bug fix.
- Add tests for it. This is important so I don't break it in a future version unintentionally.
- Add documentation if necessary.
- Commit, do not change Rakefile or history.
- Send a pull request. Bonus points for topic branches.
Copyright (c) 2015 Andrew Nesbitt. See LICENSE for details.