The following command will take care of everything for you. It will download the latest executable to
/usr/local/bin and apply the executable permissions with
chmod +x /usr/local/bin/stew. It will finish with the command
stew boot and ask you if you want to install the dependencies if they seem absent.
bash <(curl -s https://stew.sh/install)
Afterwards, you can run the following to verify that everything is working correctly.
Steward can install, (re)boot and update all services with a single command. It doesn't modify any configuration files and maintains compatibility with the default homebrew setup for php.
When everything is OK, you will see a similar output as below.
(..)> [OK] Steward 0.1.10 // [Php]: 7.1.32 // [Caddy]: 1.0.3 // [Dnsmasq]: 2.80