Tested with Mac OSX Mavericks on a late 2011 MBP
My testing approach has been to erase a partition and install fresh Mavericks onto it. Run the scripts, tweak and then tear down and reinstall on the partition.
Some general thoughts:
- if bork doesn't stop for errors, it should probably aggregate them and output post-flight
- output can be very noisy if running scripts comingled (maybe I shouldn't be doing that though)
- confused about what ok destination does in conjunction with ok symlink
- at least on my system, it doesn't set where the symlink should end up and I've had to manually specify the path
Should probably be a bug report:
ok brewby itself doesn't install brew (though looking at the source, this bit appears to be commented out). It does check for it's presence though, once installed.
Should probably be a feature request:
- I'd love to have a generic way to run a task that just looks for 0 or non-0 exits and cleans up the output (could go toward making the output less noisy when it's appropriate to drop to scripting)
- what do you think about an scutil type (setting hostname is all I'm currently doing)?
Overall using bork has been very pleasant and straightforward. Thanks for the work :)