What software / package managers are frequently installed on macOS that can be updated via the command line?
The software / package managers could either be included with macOS, or they could be software that many people (including myself) might have installed.
I'm writing a zsh script to update all such software on my machine, like:
- oh my zsh
I want to ensure that I'm not missing anything that can be updated.
I'm currently skipping updating cpan, because whenever I've tried, I get tons of errors. Are there any other command-line software updaters that frequently experiences errors while updating?
Are there any other package managers that I should use instead of one of the above?
I know that this contains multiple questions, but they're all related, so I figured it makes sense to group them together.
sdkman, which already can keep packages (=software) up to date. Why do you want your own script to do the same?
updateinstead of having to remember & retype 30 or so lines of code (which sometimes parses the responses of previous commands to be input for subsequent commands).