should do the merging and stuff, if you use gush bldr block
then it is just
gush p:merge 24; dev merge; git branch -d -
we are trying to shorten all of that completely
to just dev merge
hey Luis, why don't you do a sitepoint article about it? I see you visit the site quite often... Gush will get its traction too...
i will do that
on it then
i am on the browser on this gitter thing
i will install the osx app
anyone else have develop other flows?
nah, me too in browser....
Davi Marcondes Moreira
Hi! Thank you @cordoval for the invitation, I'll catch you guys later (at work atm). Have a good one!
@cordoval Thanks for the invitation!
hi guys, thank you Luis for the invitation
@cordoval Interested in a PR for JIRA that makes it show the real users' name instead of the nick?
IMO that would look a lot better.
@jacobkiers yes i guess we already merged, nice
good job @jacobkiers
is there a reason the gush.phar comes without an #!/usr/bin/env php
I like to put such things into my users bin directory
hmm i removed the shebang i think from the stub because i think it could be possible to do this without problem, hmm let me check
can you please put it back if that fixes your problem?
also i have set it up in /usr/local/bin/gush on puppet vagrant
and it works, so not sure why this wouldn’t work
as I use the phar, I cant simple edit it, as the signature fails then :D to describe it a bit more, I have the gush.phar in ~/bin/ which is inside my path, so I can do everywhere "gush.phar" to execute it, but without the shebang my bash tries to execute it as is bash, which results in "/home/flyingmana/bin/gush.phar: line 1: ?php: No such file or directory"
but cloning the project and use the bin script from there works