[TxMt] Re: File with shebang always set to executable

Siame Rafiq siame at rolepoint.com
Thu Oct 27 11:06:34 UTC 2016

Thanks for the detailed guide to reproduce Martin. I was able to find and
disable the bundle item easily with those steps.

The reason for disabling this occurs mostly when working on forked
repositories (I've mainly found this with TM Bundles, actually), I've
noticed that files have the shebang at the top, yet they're not executable.
Having it change on autosave causes headaches, not only because the file
changes in ways which are unexpected, but also because it's unnecessary in
the scope of the project (because those files never needed to be executable
in the first place).

Anyway, thanks for the fix!

On 26 October 2016 at 17:56, Martin Kühl <martin.kuehl at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> On 26 October 2016 at 18:08, Siame Rafiq <siame at rolepoint.com> wrote:
> > I've noticed that any file that has a shebang at the top (#!
> /path/to/exec),
> > is automatically set to executable when saved. Is there any way to turn
> off
> > this functionality?
> You can use “Bundles»Select Bundle Item…” (⌃⌘T),
> then in that dialog’s Gear menu select “Search All Scopes” (⌘3) (just
> to be safe)
> and search for “exec”, say (since the command makes files executable,
> it’s a good guess that it’s name would indicate this)
> to find the command “Make Script Executable” from the Source bundle.
> (There’s a command with the same name in the Shell Script bundle, but
> that’s not the one you’re after.)
> Then hit “Edit” to open it in the bundle editor, where you can disable
> or modify it to your liking.
> Alternatively, since the command is run on save,
> you can search for it by its semantic class.
> Choose “Semantic Class” from the Gear menu,
> and search for “save” to find it.
> If you don’t mind me asking, why would you like to disable this
> functionality?
> I don’t quite see why one would want to have shebang lines
> in files that aren’t supposed to be executable…
> Cheers,
> Martin
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