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#Bash function to make git clone writable (annoyingly, if you clone repository, some files are non-user-writable... which after compiling dangerously tempts 'sudo rm -rf!')
#Bash function to make git clones writable (annoyingly, if you clone repository, some files are non-user-writable... which after compiling dangerously tempts 'sudo rm -rf!')
git()
git()
{
{
   if [ $1 = "clone" ]; then
   if [ $1 = "clone" ]; then
     command git "$@" && find */.git -type f -perm ! -u=w -exec chmod u+w {} \;
     command git "$@" && chmod -R u+w */.git;
   else
   else
     command git "$@";
     command git "$@";

Latest revision as of 07:22, 23 June 2020

#Bash function to make git clones writable (annoyingly, if you clone repository, some files are non-user-writable... which after compiling dangerously tempts 'sudo rm -rf!')
git()
{
  if [ $1 = "clone" ]; then
    command git "$@" && chmod -R u+w */.git;
  else
    command git "$@";
  fi;
}