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
we should then include it back
sorry it took so long
if not included by now let’s included
it was included back on master
just in case
@webflo just saw this
sorry i missed you
please email directly to catch my attention
cordoval at gmail
just wanted to pop in to say Gush is a really great tool. Thanks!
it is the join effort of many people like you and us working over the past several years :)
as long as it saves us time it will live on
we are doing now a refactoring to move the adapters to the repos back in