Quick OS X Protip: Update bash

So bash 4.0 includes some pretty nifty options like autocd and cdspell, but OS X comes with a very old version. Here’s a one-liner to update bash and set as the default:

brew install bash;echo /usr/local/bin/bash|sudo tee -a /etc/shells;chsh -s /usr/local/bin/bash

My OS X Application Setup

Here is a complete list of all the client-side applications I  have added to the default OS X install and use on a (near) daily basis. I’ll do a series of posts with a detailed breakdown of many of the apps soon.

This is really just intended to be documentation for myself, but I thought I’d share it as a few people have been asking recently.

App Store:

Homebrew:

Downloaded Apps:

pip Installed apps:

Linux VPS: