I’m trying to install MPV with a shortcut in /Applications on MacOS.
MacOS is version 10.14.6 (18G84).
Homebrew is updateed to latest:
victorhooi@victorhooi-macbookpro8 ~> brew --version Homebrew 2.1.8 Homebrew/homebrew-core (git revision 03c4; last commit 2019-07-27) Homebrew/homebrew-cask (git revision 2dd28; last commit 2019-07-27)
Previously, I used the
--with-bundle option - however, now it no longer seems to be recognised:
victorhooi@victorhooi-macbookpro8 ~/L/A/G/Chrome Canary> brew install mpv --with-bundle Usage: brew install [options] formula Install formula. formula is usually the name of the formula to install, but it can be specified in several different ways. Unless HOMEBREW_NO_INSTALL_CLEANUP is set, brew cleanup will be run for the installed formulae or, every 30 days, for all formulae. -d, --debug If brewing fails, open an interactive debugging session with access to IRB or a shell inside the temporary build directory --env If std is passed, use the standard build environment instead of superenv.If super is passed, use superenv even if the formula specifies the standard build environment. --ignore-dependencies An unsupported Homebrew development flag to skip installing any dependencies of any kind. If the dependencies are not already present, the formula will have issues. If you're not developing Homebrew, consider adjusting your PATH rather than using this flag. --only-dependencies Install the dependencies with specified options but do not install the specified formula. --cc Attempt to compile using provided compiler. compiler should be the name of the compiler's executable, for instance gcc-7 for GCC 7. In order to use LLVM's clang, use llvm_clang. To specify the Apple-provided clang, use clang. This parameter will only accept compilers that are provided by Homebrew or bundled with macOS. Please do not file issues if you encounter errors while using this flag. -s, --build-from-source Compile the specified formula from source even if a bottle is provided. Dependencies will still be installed from bottles if they are available. --force-bottle Install from a bottle if it exists for the current or newest version of macOS, even if it would not normally be used for installation. --include-test Install testing dependencies required to run brew test. --devel If formula defines it, install the development version. --HEAD If formula defines it, install the HEAD version, aka. master, trunk, unstable. --fetch-HEAD Fetch the upstream repository to detect if the HEAD installation of the formula is outdated. Otherwise, the repository's HEAD will be checked for updates when a new stable or development version has been released. --keep-tmp Don't delete the temporary files created during installation. --build-bottle Prepare the formula for eventual bottling during installation. --bottle-arch Optimise bottles for the given architecture rather than the oldest architecture supported by the version of macOS the bottles are built on. -f, --force Install without checking for previously installed keg-only or non-migrated versions. -v, --verbose Print the verification and postinstall steps. --display-times Print install times for each formula at the end of the run. -i, --interactive Download and patch formula, then open a shell. This allows the user to run ./configure --help and otherwise determine how to turn the software package into a Homebrew package. -g, --git Create a Git repository, useful for creating patches to the software. -h, --help Show this message. Error: invalid option: --with-bundle
Is this expected behaviour? Or is there another way to get the homebrew MPV to have a shortcut in /Applications?