install.sh will bootstrap dotfiles and run initial setup after a fresh install. Before running this it's a good idea to install Xcode from the App Store and install any pending system updates. This runs
git clone email@example.com:jpadilla/dotfiles.git cd dotfiles ./install.sh
boostrap.sh will bootstrap dotfiles into your home directory by creating symlinks. Run with
--force to overwrite if files already exist.
My OS X Setup
This are apps that can't be installed with or I prefer not to install with Cask.
Installing browsers via Cask don't play nicely with 1Password.