Due to ‘hardware & space restrictions’ I have my biggest screen connected to my Mac Mini and I’m missing using some of my standard FOSS tools on a big screen. I think the time has come to install a package manager.
I already know:
There isn’t an ‘official’ FOSS package manager for OS X.
Fink, MacPorts, and Homebrew exist.
Fink uses Debian apt-get conventions.
Apple hosts MacPorts so it seems to have Apple’s approval.
Homebrew is written in Ruby.
At least 2 of them can be used at the same time.
Does anyone have any advice why I should pick one (or two) of them over the others?