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Use homebrew tap instead of forking homebrew #1

merged 4 commits into from Dec 16, 2013


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@nilbus nilbus commented Dec 2, 2013

The standard way to add formula to homebrew is to have a repository named homebrew-formulaName that contains only the formula. These can be used easily by any homebrew user without having to go through the hassle of modifying their homebrew repository to use your fork.

See the added for the usage instructions with brew tap.

Tested against nilbus/homebrew-lsusb and working.

jlhonora and others added 4 commits October 30, 2013 17:51
Corrected the following errors with previous pull request
commit. All pointed by 'adamv':

  * Fixed `brew audit` suggestions
  * Added a tarball instead of specific commits
  * No parentheses in calls, 'ala ruby'
  * Removed test
Main branch was updated with better style and practices,
script runs faster. Also improved the man page. All this thanks to
@paulp's suggestions.
Move lsusb.rb formula to /.
Remove homebrew code.
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nilbus commented Dec 2, 2013

This PR also includes the commits from your tap branch, which I found to be good and working.

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jlhonora commented Dec 3, 2013

Thanks a lot for your work, it looks great.

I'll be back from vacation on December 16th, I'll review and (most probably) merge it by then.

jlhonora added a commit that referenced this pull request Dec 16, 2013
Use homebrew tap instead of forking homebrew
@jlhonora jlhonora merged commit 7367342 into jlhonora:master Dec 16, 2013
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