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A script to install Unity3d automatically from the command line given a dmg file. The resulting file is stored under /Applications/Unity$VERSION
dmg=$1
# A script to install Unity3d automatically from the command line given a dmg file.
# The resulting file is stored under /Applications/Unity$VERSION
# check assumptions
unityhome=/Applications/Unity
if [[ -d "$unityhome" ]]; then
echo "ERROR: $unityhome already present"
exit -1
fi
tempfoo=`basename $0`
TMPFILE=`mktemp /tmp/${tempfoo}.XXXXXX` || exit 1
hdiutil verify $dmg
hdiutil mount -readonly -nobrowse -plist $dmg > $TMPFILE
vol=`grep Volumes $TMPFILE | sed -e 's/.*>\(.*\)<\/.*/\1/'`
pkg=`ls -1 "$vol"/*.pkg`
sudo installer -pkg "$pkg" -target /
hdiutil unmount "$vol"
if [[ ! -d "$unityhome" ]]; then
echo "ERROR: $unityhome not present after installation. Something went wrong"
exit -1
fi
unityversion=`grep -A 1 CFBundleVersion "$unityhome"/Unity.app/Contents/Info.plist | grep string | sed -e 's/.*>\(.*\)<\/.*/\1/'`
if [[ -d "$unityhome$unityversion" ]]; then
echo "ERROR: "$unityhome$unityversion" already present on disk. Something went wrong"
sudo rm -rf "$unityhome"
exit -1
fi
sudo mv "$unityhome" "$unityhome$unityversion"
echo "Unity $unityversion installed at $unityhome$unityversion"
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commented Jan 28, 2015

BTW, there's now a maintained set of scripts to install unity3d directly form the network here: https://bitbucket.org/WeWantToKnow/unity3d_scripts

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