Download and install XCode or the XCode command line tools.
To provision your machine, open up Terminal and enter the following:
sudo xcodebuild -license xcode-select --install git clone https://github.com/pivotal-sprout/sprout-wrap.git cd sprout-wrap caffeinate ./sprout
caffeinate command will keep your computer awake while installing; depending on your network connection, soloist can take from 10 minutes to 2 hours to complete.
If you receive errors like this:
clang: error: unknown argument: '-multiply_definedsuppress'
then try downgrading those errors like this:
sudo ARCHFLAGS=-Wno-error=unused-command-line-argument-hard-error-in-future bundle
Command Line Tool Update Server
If you receive a message about the update server being unavailable and are on Mavericks, then you already have the command line tools.
Fork it to customize its attributes in soloistrc and the list of recipes you'd like to use for your team. You may also want to add other cookbooks to its Cheffile, perhaps one of the many community cookbooks. By default it configures an OS X Mavericks workstation for Ruby development.
Finally, if you've never used Chef before - we highly recommend you buy & watch this excellent 17 minute screencast by Ryan Bates.
- Homebrew cask has been integrated with Homebrew proper. If you are experiencing problems installing casks and
have an older installation of Homebrew, running
brew uninstall --force brew-cask; brew updateshould fix things.
- If you are updating from an older version of sprout-wrap, your homebrew configuration in soloistrc might be under
node_attributes.sprout.homebrew.casks. These will need to be updated to
node_attributes.homebrew.formulas(note the change from formulae to formulas) and
See Pivotal Tracker: https://www.pivotaltracker.com/s/projects/884116
Join firstname.lastname@example.org if you use Sprout.