I know how to use
brew cask list to display every installed cask. However, this only provides me with the name of each cask:
1password 1password-cli font-fira-code font-ubuntu geekbench visual-studio-code
However, I would like to know where each cask’s main artifact is located without running
brew cask info on each one. Is it possible to get a list of casks while also showing their main artifact’s path? For example:
1password ~/Applications/1Password 7.app 1password-cli /usr/local/bin/op font-fira-code ~/Library/Fonts/FiraCode-Regular.otf font-ubuntu ~/Library/Fonts/Ubuntu-R.ttf geekbench ~/Applications/Geekbench 4.app visual-studio-code ~/Applications/Visual Studio Code.app
r-app has disappeared from homebrew, you can no longer
brew cask install r-app
are there any alternatives or ways to install the cask now? I would prefer to install the r-app cask if possible.
After updating the local Homebrew cache by running
brew update, I have been using
brew search and
brew cask search to list all the available formula for installation via Homebrew Core and Homebrew Cask respectively. Note that skipping the argument after
search does the trick of listing all the formula available for installation.
brew search still works, this is no longer the case with Homebrew Cask. Instead, now running
brew cask search displays the explanatory text:
Homebrew Cask provides a friendly CLI workflow for the administration of macOS applications distributed as binaries.
followed by a list of available Homebrew commands.
What command one need to run, to get a list of all the formula available for installation via Homebrew Cask?
While it is still possible to navigate to:
and obtain the desired list, I am looking for a solution along the lines of previously working
brew cask search.
I am running up-to-date version of Homebrew (Homebrew 2.0.4) on macOS Mojave 10.14.3 (18D109).
I have two users accounts on my Mac, one for personal use and one for work use. I use Homebrew to install most of my applications.
However, whatever GUI application I install using
brew cask install <app>, it won’t launch for the other user. Every time I try to open such an app with the other user, I get an error like:
I noticed that the application files are installed owned by the installer (in this case the user
$ ls -l /Applications/ ... drwxr-xr-x@ 3 root wheel 96 Feb 11 20:13 Siri.app/ drwxr-xr-x@ 3 work staff 96 Feb 6 19:52 Spotify.app/
How can I get the apps to launch also for other users on the system?