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accepted Check brew and brew-cask for valid package names
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comment Check brew and brew-cask for valid package names
This does not work since info does a substring search. For example, you can have an invalid package name e.g. brew info htop would exit with code 0 but it actually won't work if you try to install it because the actual package name is htop-osx.
Dec
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comment Check brew and brew-cask for valid package names
Usually package names get outdated or renamed (e.g. htop got renamed to htop-osx). I would rather fix them all and hit install and forget about it rather than fix failuers at end and edit script by commenting out passed ones and running again
Dec
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comment Check brew and brew-cask for valid package names
I want it to just print out invalid package names. I do it currently using a hack curl of github: github.com/pathikrit/mac-setup-script/commit/…
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asked Check brew and brew-cask for valid package names
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revised Application level volume control in OS X?
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revised Is there a good Hotmail client for Mac OS X?
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accepted Is there a good Hotmail client for Mac OS X?
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answered Is there a good Hotmail client for Mac OS X?
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accepted How to get Java 6 in OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)?
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comment Is there a good Hotmail client for Mac OS X?
I don't know how you can see IMAP settings - even Microsoft themselves admit they don't have it: answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windowslive/forum/mail-wlsettings/…
Feb
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comment Is there a good Hotmail client for Mac OS X?
I do not see any such "see all options". When I hit "hotmail.com", I get redirected to "outlook.com". I am always confused by this. When I first got hotmail, it used to simply go to msn.com and then they changed it to go to hotmail.com and then live.com and then windowslive.com and now it goes to outlook.com. In anycase, when I login with my hotmail credentials in this new outlook.com, I see just a blue bar with a setting button on top right but I don't see anything called "see all options" in that button. Even if I go to "More Mail Settings" from there, I don't see any IMAP settings (only POP