To use all of the features within the Wercker CLI you will need a working Docker environment. You can install Docker and Docker-Machine using Docker Toolbox.
You will need to download the Wercker CLI and then move it into your $PATH. Afterwards, you’ll need to set the correct permissions.
curl -L https://s3.amazonaws.com/downloads.wercker.com/cli/stable/linux_amd64/wercker -o /usr/local/bin/wercker chmod u+x /usr/local/bin/wercker
Run the version command to verify Wercker was installed correctly. You can optionally add the beta flag if you want access to the newest features.
wercker version wercker version --beta
To use all of the features within the Wercker CLI you will need a working Docker environment.
Now that your environment is set up, you can install Wercker using HomeBrew!
brew tap wercker/wercker brew install wercker-cli
Not using HomeBrew? Install the Wercker CLI manually: https://s3.amazonaws.com/downloads.wercker.com/cli/stable/darwin_amd64/wercker