osx-iso -  Create a bootable ISO of OS X / macOS, from the installation app file

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Create a bootable ISO of OS X / macOS, from the installation app file. The appropriate installation app file(s) must be located in /Applications i.e.

https://github.com/busterc/osx-iso

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