To install the latest version of Ritchie for MacOS, you just have to run the command below on your terminal. However, it is important to keep in mind there are some requirements before starting the installation on MacOS.
To use Ritchie on MacOs with version
2.0.5 and earlier, we recommend to install the following elements:
The make command (Using "make" on macOS)
The command used to install Ritchie at your terminal is:
curl -fsSL https://commons-repo.ritchiecli.io/install.sh | bash
You can also download the Ritchie CLI package through the command line below, to install it manually.
curl --output ~/Desktop/Ritchie-CLI-macos-installer-x64.pkg --location https://commons-repo.ritchiecli.io/latest/Ritchie-CLI-macos-installer-x64.pkg
You can confirm if your installation went well by running this command:
If everything's configured, the terminal will return Ritchie's current version.