If you recently upgraded your macOS to the 10.15 Catalina release, you may get a security warnings that says "fw" cannot be opened because the developer cannot be verified. For example:
We are working on being an identified developer with Apple, but until then, follow Apple's guidelines and add the Flywheel CLI as a exception to your computer's security settings.
Add Flywheel CLI as an exception
- Download the latest version of the Flywheel CLI from your Flywheel profile page.
- Open Finder, and double click on darwin_amd64.zip.
- Right-click on fw, and click Open.
- Click Open on the warning prompt.
- A new terminal window opens, and the Flywheel CLI displays the following output:
- In Terminal, navigate to ~/Downloads/darwin_amd64/.
- Enter ./fw version to verify the new Flywheel CLI version.
- (Optional) If you previously added fw to your PATH variable, you will need to add the updated fw version to your PATH. To do this, enter the following command:
sudo mv ./fw /usr/local/bin