* Assure installed items and env vars apply. * Fixes thoughtbot#63.
* example: watch heroku ps --remote production
It is common enough on the thoughtbot client projects I've seen this year to want to install it on machines by default.
This follows the current instructions printed by Homebrew.
* Follow RVM loading instructions from https://rvm.io/rvm/install. * Unlock from RVM version 1.15.10, which was being used because a later version was broken with zsh, which has since been fixed.
Remove deprecated Heroku gem in favor of CLI client
wget isn't pre-installed on OSX machines.
The Heroku gem has been deprecated, and Heroku recommends installing the client CLI from toolbelt.heroku.com. It's a binary, but you can install the "standalone" version (https://toolbelt.heroku.com/standalone) via wget.
The latest, 1.2.1, works well with modern Ruby apps. No longer and need to specify 1.2.x release candidates.
Move from ~/.zshrc in order to not conflict with thoughtbot/dotfiles.
* Install Homebrew before RVM. * Fix permissions. * Install GCC 4.2. * Use GCC dependencies listed by RVM. * Use RVM version 1.15.10 because RVM 1.16.0 is broken with zsh. * Use a one-step Ruby default.
* Halt execution of the script at the point that something fails. * Update total expected time now that `brew install qt` is faster. * Combine scripts into one file so we don't have to duplicate or source the `successfully` function.
* Improves tmux compatibility with other systems. * Better copy-paste: http://goo.gl/DN82E. * Better RubyMotion: http://goo.gl/WDlCy.
* Add MIT license file * Add Credits section with copyright and contributors link
RVM automatically installs the stable version of Ruby so we don't need to explicitly set a Ruby version. The current version of RVM installs Ruby 1.9.3p194.
* Ruby 1.9.3 is working well for us on real apps in Heroku production. * Bundler 1.2.0.rc2 provides a `ruby` directive that is becoming our standard for defining the Ruby version for the project.
Some users are reporting that they've removed /usr/bin/ruby on their machine due to other circumstances. So, install Ruby before Homebrew, then use the Ruby we know we have.
* This was accidentally reverted in a previous commit. * Also fixes a typo in README.
Use zsh shebangs.
* Tightened language. * Alphabetized. * Removed old reference to Taps gem.
* Preferred method is via `pgbackups` and `pg_restore`. * We have a `db-load-production` script in thoughtbot/dotfiles that wraps up the preferred method.