Manage your services

If you’re using HomeBrew to manage your software installation on your Mac, there is a thing that is not that easy to do : launchd or launchctl service management. Often you need to manually tell launchd to load the plist of your newly installed service. It leads to a lot of things launched at boot on your machine, and they are not easy to manage.

LaunchRocket provides a simple PreferencePane allowing you to start/stop services when you only need to with a clean and simple GUI.

LaunchRocket in action

You can easily install it via brew cask (more to come on brew cask soon) or download the zip distribution

Swift macro : @VisibleForTesting

As an ancient Java developer, I’ve learned to use a set of annotations to bring meta programming in my projects. Meta programming can be ...… Continue reading

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