Instalar iTerm – Git – Oh-My-Zsh en Mac OS X “El Capitan”

Pasos que he tenido que hacer para poder disponer del cliente Git, el gestor de conexiones iTerm y el entorno Oh-My-Zsh en Mac OS X El capitán:

Cliente Git

Descargar e instalar la versión para MAC:

https://git-scm.com/download/mac

Como no aplica correctamente los path, movemos y creamos enlace simbólico. Ejecutar en consola:

sudo mv /usr/bin/git /usr/bin/git-system
sudo ln -sf /usr/local/git/bin/git /usr/bin/git


Comprobamos que ahora sí reconoce el comando git:


git --version
git version 2.6.3

iTerm

Descargar e instalar iTerm:

https://www.iterm2.com/downloads.html

Oh-My-Zsh

En consola:

curl -L https://github.com/robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh/raw/master/tools/install.sh | sh

Si nos pregunta si queremos instalar Xcode, le indicamos “ahora no”. De estar forma, al tener el cliente git correctamente instalado y configurado se instalará oh-my-zsh:

Una vez instalado, salimos de esta consola y ejecutar iterm.

En iTerm, configurar zsh (que viene ya instalado en Mac OS X), indicando en Preferences>Profile>General> Command: /bin/zsh :

Cerrar y volver a entrar en iTerm para cargar zsh por defecto:

oh-my-zsh

En nuestro home de usuario, tendremos la configuración de oh-my-zsh /Users/usuario/.zshrc , donde podremos configurar los paths, plugins, alias, , themes ..etc  que vienen en /Users/usuario/.oh-my-zsh

Personalización, y un pequeño cheatsheet de oh-my-zsh:

Commands

Command Description
tabs Create a new tab in the current directory (OS X – req enabling access for assistive devices under sys prefs).
take Create a new directory and change to it, will create intermediate directories as required.
x / extract Extract an archive (supported types: tar.{bz2,gz,xz,lzma}, bz2, rar, gz, tar, tbz2, tgz, zip, Z, 7z).
zsh_stats Get a list of the top 20 commands and how many times they have been run.
uninstall_oh_my_zsh Uninstall Oh-my-zsh.
upgrade_oh_my_zsh Upgrade Oh-my-zsh.

Alias Command
alias list all aliases
.. cd ..
cd ../..
…. cd ../../..
….. cd ../../../..
/ cd /
cd +n switch to directory number n
1 cd –
2 cd +2
3 cd +3
4 cd +4
5 cd +5
6 cd +6
7 cd +7
8 cd +8
9 cd +9
md mkdir -p
rd rmdir
d dirs -v (lists last used directories)

See ~/.oh-my-zsh/lib/directories.zsh

Tab-completion

For options and helpful text of what they do
ls -(tab)
cap (tab)
rake (tab)
ssh (tab)
sudo umount (tab)
kill (tab)
unrar (tab)

Git

Dynamic access to current branch name with the current_branch function
git pull origin $(current_branch)
grb publish $(current_branch) origin
Alias Command
g git
ga git add
gaa git add –all
gapa git add –patch
gb git branch
gba git branch -a
gbr git branch –remote
gc git commit -v
gc! git commit -v –amend
gca git commit -v -a
gca! git commit -v -a –amend
gcl git config –list
gclean git clean -fd
gpristine git reset –hard && git clean -dfx
gcm git checkout master
gcmsg git commit -m
gco git checkout
gcount git shortlog -sn
gcp git cherry-pick
gcs git commit -S
gd git diff
gdca git diff –cached
gdt git diff-tree –no-commit-id –name-only -r
gdt git difftool
gfa git fetch –all –prune
gg git gui citool
gga git gui citool –amend
ggpnp git pull origin $(current_branch) && git push origin $(current_branch)
ggpull git pull origin $(current_branch)
ggl git pull origin $(current_branch)
ggpur git pull –rebase origin $(current_branch)
glum git pull upstream master
ggpush git push origin $(current_branch)
ggp git push origin $(current_branch)
ggsup git branch –set-upstream-to=origin/$(current_branch)
gignore git update-index –assume-unchanged
gignored git ls-files -v
git-svn-dcommit-push git svn dcommit && git push github master:svntrunk
gk gitk –all –branches
gl git pull
glg git log –stat –max-count = 10
glgg git log –graph –max-count = 10
glgga git log –graph –decorate –all
glo git log –oneline –decorate –color
glog git log –oneline –decorate –color –graph
glp _git_log_prettily (git log –pretty=$1)
gm git merge
gmt git mergetool –no-prompt
gp git push
gpoat git push origin –all && git push origin –tags
gr git remote
grba git rebase –abort
grbc git rebase –continue
grbi git rebase -i
grh git reset HEAD
grhh git reset HEAD –hard
grmv git remote rename
grrm git remote remove
grset git remote set-url
grt cd $(git rev-parse –show-toplevel
grup git remote update
grv git remote -v
gsd git svn dcommit
gsps git show –pretty = short –show-signature
gsr git svn rebase
gss git status -s
gst git status
gsta git stash
gstd git stash drop
gstp git stash pop
gsts git stash show –text
gts git tag -s
gunignore git update-index –no-assume-unchanged
gunwip git log -n 1
gup git pull –rebase
gvt git verify-tag
gwch git whatchanged -p –abbrev-commit –pretty = medium
gwip git add -A; git ls-files –deleted -z

 

Editors

Alias Command
stt (When using sublime plugin) Open current directory in Sublime Text 2/3
v (When using vi-mode plugin) Edit current command line in Vim

Symfony2

Alias Command
sf php ./app/console
sfcl php app/console cache:clear
_sfcontainer sf container:debug
sfcw sf cache:warmup
sfgb sf generate:bundle
sfroute sf router:debug
_sfsr sf server:run -vvv

Systemd

systemctl

Command Description
sc-status NAME show the status of the NAME process
sc-show NAME show the NAME systemd .service file
sc-start NAME start the NAME process
sc-stop NAME stop the NAME process
sc-restart NAME restart the NAME process
sc-enable NAME enable the NAME process to start at boot
sc-disable NAME disable the NAME process at boot
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