Updating to a newer version of mac os x
Here is the process I followed: This took a while to run as it had to install a lot of dependencies and asked for my permission a couple of times. Set the latest version of Ruby as the one you want to use You should now be running the latest version of Ruby.
BTW, I know that nvm can help to manage the nodejs package https://github.com/creationix/nvm/ Is there any way to upgrade the nodejs without using it?
Some early Intel Macs released in 2006 are stuck with Snow Leopard (10.6), which hasn't received security updates since the release of Mavericks three years ago.
Being stuck on an old version of mac OS is not something you can safely ignore.
In this example, I’ll install PHP 7.1 as that is the latest stable version of PHP. Continue the conversation on Twitter or in a comment.
However, if you want to install PHP 7.0 that is available as well. Now you’ll just need to review your PHP code to ensure it’s compatible with your newly installed PHP version.
When say v0.8.15 gets released, will I have to download it again, will it auto-update, will it call-home and inform me?