From what I have gleaned in various places with discussions about
/usr/libexec/path_helper and all, apparently the modern way to add items to the environment variable
PATH in macOS Sierra 10.12 is to either:
- Edit the
- Add file(s) to be read from the
- Which is more kosher on modern macOS?
- If the better or more common way is dropping files into the
paths.ddirectory, what should be the names and content of those files? Any examples?
- I am using
bash. Does that make a difference?
- Are these two options unique to macOS? Or do they appear in BSD or other Unix-like systems?