2015-03-17 homebrew cask : updating an existing cask

  • A new version of owncloud is out, I will try today to push that new infomation to http://caskroom.io/
  • I will base things on this previous contribution
  • set-up variables
    cd $(brew --prefix)/Library/Taps/caskroom/homebrew-cask
    github_user='meduz'
    project='owncloud'
    git remote -v
  • creating a new branch for his project
    git branches
    git remote add $github_user https://github.com/$github_user/homebrew-cask
    git checkout $project
  • finding my information and feeding to homebrew
    cd /tmp
    wget https://download.owncloud.com/desktop/stable/ownCloud-1.8.0.2139.pkg
    sha256sum ownCloud-1.8.0.2139.pkg
    sha256sum ownCloud-1.8.0.2139.pkg | pbcopy
    brew cask edit owncloud
  • testing with homebrew:
    brew cask install $project
    brew cask audit $project  --download
  • publishing results
    git status
    git commit -am"upgrading owncloud"
    git push $github_user $project
  • confirm the pull request
    open https://github.com/$github_user/homebrew-cask
  • come back to the master branch
    git checkout master
  • in the meanwhile, the change has been merged and got approveded. Owncloud is updated!
  • moreover, I do not like the default pattern of ignored files and I edit it globally:
    sudo vim /Applications/owncloud.app/Contents/Resources/sync-exclude.lst

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