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brew - 🍺 The missing package manager for macOS

  •    Ruby

Features, usage and installation instructions are summarised on the homepage. Terminology (e.g. the difference between a Cellar, Tap, Cask and so forth) is explained here. brew help, man brew or check our documentation.

brew - :beer::penguin: The Homebrew package manager for Linux

  •    Ruby

Linuxbrew is a fork of Homebrew, the macOS package manager, for Linux. It can be installed in your home directory and does not require root access. The same package manager can be used on both your Linux server and your Mac laptop. Installing a modern version of glibc and gcc in your home directory on an old distribution of Linux takes five minutes.

kubefwd - Bulk port forwarding Kubernetes services for local development.

  •    Go

Read Kubernetes Port Forwarding for Local Development for background and a detailed guide to kubefwd. kubefwd is a command line utility built to port forward some or all pods within a Kubernetes namespace. kubefwd uses the same port exposed by the service and forwards it from a loopback IP address on your local workstation. kubefwd temporally adds domain entries to your /etc/hosts file with the service names it forwards.

homebrew-emacs-plus - Emacs Plus formulae for the Homebrew package manager

  •    Ruby

Emacs Plus is GNU Emacs formulae based on emacs formulae. The difference is that some of the options available from emacs formulae are enabled by default in emacs-plus and some new additional options are available for user. With release of Emacs 26.1 many options were removed from the formula, as features behind them are already in released version.




setup - Make your Mac Aerowesome

  •    Python

Make your Mac Aerowesome

formulae.brew.sh - 🏎 An online formulae browser for Homebrew

  •    Ruby

formulae.brew.sh is a Rails application that gathers package information from Homebrew, the macOS package manager. To get information about the packages currently available via Homebrew, the application has its own clone of Homebrew’s Git repositories. Homebrew's raw package files, the so called formulae (or formulas) which are Ruby classes, are used to gather information from the packages.

things.sh - Simple read-only comand-line interface to your Things 3 database

  •    Shell

Simple read-only comand-line interface to your Things 3 database (incl. CSV export). Since Things uses a SQLite database (which should come pre-installed on your Mac) we can simply query it straight from the command line. We only do read operations since we don't want to mess up your data. These graphs have been generated based on the CSV export. For example: things.sh -r '-14 days' statcsv > lastTwoWeeks.csv && open lastTwoWeeks.csv (and then generating a Stacked Column graph).

brew-completions - 🐟Fish shell completions for 🍺Homebrew

  •    Shell

Fish shell completions for Homebrew. It is mostly based on the Homebrew documentation: manpage + brew help, but it also includes several "undocumented" commands, supported by Homebrew.


dotfiles - configuration files for xmonad, emacs, zsh, git, linux, osx and more.

  •    Python

This document is best read at http://ivanmalison.github.io/dotfiles/ or, of course, in emacs, as the internal links that follow are unlikely to work anywhere else (including, for example, at https://github.com/IvanMalison/dotfiles). This is my emacs configuration in literate form. It aspires to be like the incredibly well commented literate configurations of Sacha Chua and Ryan Rix, but I haven’t quite gotten around to polishing it to the point that those two have. Still, there are definitely a few sections of which I am quite proud, and that others may find to be useful.

ansible-role-homebrew - Ansible Role - Homebrew for Mac

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Installs Homebrew on MacOS, and configures packages, taps, and cask apps according to supplied variables. None.

brewday - Tools for the home brewer

  •    Python

This repositiory is a set of utilities for the homebrewer. It should help in constructing and analyzing recipes. There are also command line utilities for brew day. The hope is to help improve your planning and execution when making beer.

node-untappd - NodeJS API for Untappd

  •    Javascript

NodeJS API to intergrate with Untappd API. Untappd is a social beer tracking application for most mobile devices and the greater internet at large. It supports a robust set of features for "checking into" beer as it is consumed including locations, ratings, comments, and social integration.

homebrew-stable - Homebrew tap for Minio

  •    Ruby

Official Homebrew packages for Minio. NOTE: Linuxbrew is not officially supported.

wdaproxy - WebDriverAgent Proxy

  •    HTML

Make WebDriverAgent more powerful. Strong recommended use python facebook-wda to write tests. But if you have to use appium. Just keep reading.

txeh - Go library and CLI utilty for /etc/hosts management.

  •    Go

It is easy to open your /etc/hosts file in text editor and add or remove entries. However, if you make heavy use of /etc/hosts for software development or DevOps purposes, it can sometimes be difficult to automate and validate large numbers of host entries. txeh was initially built as a golang library to support kubefwd, a Kubernetes port-forwarding utility utilizing /etc/hosts heavily, to associate custom hostnames with multiple local loopback IP addresses and remove these entries when it terminates.

emojify-service - Convert your boring texts to nice emoji filled text on macOS!

  •    Javascript

Convert your boring texts to nice emoji filled text on macOS!

slack-brewbot - Who's turn is it to make a brew? Let BrewBot decide.

  •    Javascript

BrewBot integrates quickly and easily with Slack, deciding randomly who'll be making the next round of tea or coffee for your team.

homebrew-unityversions - Unity versions casks

  •    Ruby

If you have a unity version installed under /Applications/Unity/ it will be moved to /Applications/Unity.temp for the time of the installation.