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Unless you have some specific needs, I would throw out most of those options and keep it simple: rysnc -aEv (on the default OS X version) or rsync -aXv (on the Homebrew version). Options -a is archive mode, which essentially means preserve the metadata (timestamps, permissions, etc.) and do a recursive copy. This is what you want for your standard backup ...
The error occurs because JVM failed to launch - the Java application itself has been hardcoded to load libserver.dylib. This file exist for Java 1.6 and older, but not for Java 1.7 and above. Workaround Create the directory structure and symlink from libjvm.dylib to libserver.dylib $ sudo mkdir -p ...
you can brew unlink and brew link for each app. if its painful for you, you can back up from your timemachine "after boot". if you import data from your timemachine at starting your machine, brew broken. but after you start up your machine at once, you will success!
This will do it: brew tap caskroom/cask brew install brew-cask brew cask install mysqlworkbench
This is probably not the best solution, but I remembered this just as I was asking the question. After running brew install libcurl, I moved everything except pkgconfig from /usr/local/Cellar/curl/7.37.0/lib into /usr/lib, replacing old files. So I'm still at version 7.37.0, but it compiles properly now. I don't know what the compiler error was trying to ...
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