Installing Fonts Using Homebrew

I had no idea you could do this, but now that I do, but it turns out you can install fonts from the command line using Homebrew. That means I could write a shell script to install automatically most or all of the fonts I use on new Macs.

I could even have the script in Dropbox and have it run periodically in the background using a launchd service to keep everything in sync. That is useful.

All you need to do is this:

brew tap caskroom/fonts
brew cask install font-<name-of-font>

It looks like it has all of the major free programming fonts and a bunch of others too. Neat.

Collin Donnell @collin