I use Vagrant with VVV extensively for setting up local development environments and have a couple of Vagrant boxes setup in my mac.
Recently I was running out of disk space in my Mac which prompted me to look around to see if there are any unnecessary files that can be cleaned up.
This let me to find out that Vagrant stores all versions of boxes that were downloaded even after upgrading them.
Posted in Apple/Mac/iDevices
Tagged Mac, Vagrant, VVV
I discovered Varying Vagrant Vagrants (VVV) a couple of months ago and since then I have used it for my WordPress plugin development and testing. It is extremely easy to set up and let’s me test my plugins in various versions of WordPress very easily.
In my never-ending quest to optimize my development environment and work flow, I tried various configurations and finally settled on the following setup where I am mapping my plugins folder using VVV’s shared folders. This allows me to easily test my plugins in various versions of WordPress, without copying them around.
I thought of sharing my setup and my
Customfile so that it would be useful for others or to future-me 🙂
Posted in WordPress
Tagged VVV, WordPress