Happy Sunday! I’ve switched to pkgsrc on most of my Macs, but I still need Homebrew on one machine. The one advantage of Homebrew is you can use Cask to install graphical applications.
The thing to remember is, unlike
apt-get, you must specify the
cask command for these applications:
$ brew install keepassxc ==> Error: No available formula with the name "keepassxc" ==> Found a cask named "keepassxc" instead. Try ==> brew cask install keepassxc
search, which they depracated and removed:
$ brew cask search See also "man brew-cask" ==> Error: Unknown Cask command: search
I understand the technical reasons why, but it’s not great for usability.