As one does brew installs, from time to time there are messages to add things to local .zshrc or bashrc, and other config files.
SUCH AS (below) – of course, these things fly by and one doesn’t always see them if mutiple installs are happening in sequence, they scroll off the window etc.
So, is there a simple way to go through all existing brew installs (I have about 150, so automation would be better), and work out which may need to add to PATH or similar? Ideally, of course it would be nice if that aspect was either separated and notified, or was an option to include in the install process…
If you need to have firstname.lastname@example.org first in your PATH run:
echo ‘export PATH="/email@example.com/bin:$PATH"’ >> ~/.zshrc
For compilers to find firstname.lastname@example.org you may need to set:
For pkg-config to find email@example.com you may need to set: