|[It's a script. Source]|
hbcxmlgen-bash is a Bash script for creating the Homebrew Channel's meta.xml files.
Along with just making the meta.xml file, it also
- can be installed to
/usr/binso you can run it from anywhere just by typing
- checks if meta.xml already exists in the current directory, and asks if you want to overwrite it
- notifies you if you need write permissions to write in the current directory before you enter all the meta.xml information
- enforces the entering of the release date by making sure you input 14 characters (YYYYmmddMMDDSS)
Also, a bug: You must run install.sh from the directory that hbcxmlgen-bash.sh is in. Otherwise:
mcpancakes@desktop:/$ /usbhdd/Programming/hbcxmlgen-bash/install.sh -i Copying to /usr/bin/hbcxmlgen-bash ... [sudo] password for mcpancakes: cp: cannot stat `hbcxmlgen-bash.sh': No such file or directory Installed! mcpancakes@desktop:/$
It won't really be installed. They come together in the same archive anyway, and are extracted to the same place, so just take the time to
cd to the directory you unpacked it in and run
./install.sh -i from there. The uninstall can be run from any directory, however.
+--------------------+ | hbcxmlgen-bash | ---> by mcpancakes +--------------------+ hbcxmlgen-bash is a bash script for assisting in the creation of the Homebrew Channel's "meta.xml" files. If you run the installer, you get easy access to it no matter what your current working directory may be. +------------------+ | (Un)Installation | +------------------+ install.sh parameters: -i = install -u = uninstall $ sh install.sh -i |-u OR $ bash install.sh -i | -u +---------+ | Running | +---------+ Once installed: $ hbcxmlgen-bash If not installed: $ ./hbcxmlgen-bash.sh OR $ [dir of script]/hbcxmlgen-bash.sh +----------+ | Feedback | +----------+ email@example.com This is the first "formal" release of any programming I've ever done, so feedback would be appreciated!
r2 - fixed issue of the wrongly always-appearing "Write privileges required" message when there was no meta.xml already in the directory. Sorry to the 11 who already downloaded it :\ . When write privileges are required, running with
sudo breaks the conditional statements for some odd reason (this existed in r1 as well).
su -c works, though. (released ~8 hours after r1).
r1 - initial release.