DEV: remove unmaintained script

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#1

DEV: remove unmaintained script

osxdev script has not been maintained for a while, keeping it around is only causing confusion

diff --git a/script/osx_dev b/script/osx_dev
deleted file mode 100755
index a03ac0c..0000000
--- a/script/osx_dev
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,102 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash
-
-set -e # terminate the script if any command fails
-
-## Preflight ##
-
-# Create the log directory if it does not exist
-if [ ! -x log ]; then
-  mkdir log
-fi
-
-if ! echo $LANG | grep UTF &> /dev/null; then
-  echo "Your system language is not UTF-8; please check the value of \$LANG"
-  exit
-fi
-
-if [ -x /usr/local/var/postgres ]; then
-  echo "A PostgreSQL data directory already exists at /usr/local/var/postgres; remove it to use this script"
-  exit
-fi
-
-exec > log/osx_dev.log
-
-## Install Homebrew (http://mxcl.github.com/homebrew) and other dependencies ##
-
-if [ ! -x /usr/local/bin/brew ]; then
-  echo "Installing Homebrew..."
-  ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/go/install)"
-fi
-
-echo "Installing development dependencies from Brewfile..."
-brew bundle # Install development dependencies using Homebrew
-gcc-4.2 -v # Check that GCC installed successfully
-
-## Install RVM and Ruby 2.0.0 with turbo patchset ##
-echo "Installing RVM..."
-\curl -sSL https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable --rails --autolibs=homebrew
-source ~/.rvm/scripts/rvm
-
-rvm get stable
-rvm autolibs homebrew # Tell RVM to install anything it's missing with homebrew
-rvm requirements # This will install baseline requirements that might be missing
-rvm install 2.4.4 # Now, install Ruby 2.4.4
-rvm --create --ruby-version use 2.4.4 # Use this Ruby as the default in this directory
-
-# Check that the correct version is installed and active
-echo "Checking Ruby installation..."
-ruby -v | grep 2.4.4
-
-## Configure PostgreSQL (PostgreSQL was installed by Homebrew using `brew bundle`) ##
-echo "Loading PostgreSQL..."
-
-# stop PostgreSQL if it's already running
-if brew services list | grep postgres; then
-  brew services stop postgresql
-fi
-
-export PATH=/usr/local/opt/postgresql/bin:$PATH # You may want to put this in your default path!
-initdb /usr/local/var/postgres -E utf8
-
-brew services start postgresql
-
-# Seed data relies on both 'postgres' and 'vagrant' users existing
-echo "Creating PostgreSQL users..."
-
-# Postgres is starting in the background. If it's not started yet, try again in a second
-until createuser --createdb --superuser postgres; do
-  sleep 1
-done
-createuser --createdb --superuser vagrant
-
-# Obviously this password is not safe for production use
-echo "Creating PostgreSQL databases..."
-psql -d postgres -c "ALTER USER vagrant WITH PASSWORD 'password';"
-psql -d postgres -c "create database discourse_development owner vagrant encoding 'UTF8' TEMPLATE template0;"
-psql -d postgres -c "create database discourse_test        owner vagrant encoding 'UTF8' TEMPLATE template0;"
-psql -d discourse_development -c "CREATE EXTENSION IF NOT EXISTS hstore;"
-psql -d discourse_development -c "CREATE EXTENSION IF NOT EXISTS pg_trgm;"
-
-## Start Redis (Redis was installed by Homebrew using `brew bundle`) ##
-echo "Loading Redis..."
-
-# stop Redis if it's already running (e.g. an old version)
-if brew services list | grep redis; then
-  brew services stop redis
-fi
-
-brew services start redis
-
-## Install gems ##
-echo "Installing gems..."
-bundle install
-
-## Prepare your database ##
-echo "Preparing the database..."
-rake db:migrate
-rake db:test:prepare
-rake db:seed_fu
-
-## Run tests ##
-echo "Done! Running tests..."
-bundle exec rspec

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