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@RichardBronosky RichardBronosky/local-bin
Last active Nov 14, 2019

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#!/bin/bash -eu
[[ -z ${1:-} ]] && \
echo -e "\n""Usage: $0 executable_path [destination_path] ""\n" || \
: $executable_path
exec="$( basename $executable_path )"
dir="$( dirname $executable_path )"
[[ -n $dir ]] && cd $dir
chmod +x "$exec"
ln -s "$PWD/$exec" "$destination_path"


A simple script for symlinking a script to /usr/local/bin

It's intended for scripts that are in git repos in your dev directory. Symbolic linking them to /usr/local/bin (or some other location in your $PATH) allows you to always have the most up to date version available to run and encourages you to share the tools you write.

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