I have installed a cask that is a beta version. While the version number stays the same for this beta there are frequent incremental changes to it and I want to download the latest beta. While force installing over this app is possible - brew keeps using the already downloaded file that sits in
/Library/Caches/Homebrew/downloads because the version number hasn’t changed for the package.
I can remove this download using
sudo rm but since there is a hash ahead of the file name I am not sure if that will “screw up” my brew install by leaving behind other unknown files associated with that download possibly causing conflicts in the future. Is it cool to
sudo rm these files?
$ brew cask cleanup no longer removes these downloads.
Error: Invalid usage: Subcommand cleanup
does not exist.