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Commit 8a17121d authored by Anthony Umemoto's avatar Anthony Umemoto
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v1.3.0

parent 7f7ed607
......@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ To make gitmang a more convenient tool to use, presets can be made with the [-p
`13s_asgn4 -v -s -d ../cse13s/asgn4 -f 10 *.c *.h Makefile README.md`
is a preset that can be made for a cse13s class' assignment 4. This is how the preset will appear in the presets.gm file (preset name first, followed by its options), which contains all created presets and can be editted directly. While presets can be added by typing them into the presets.gm file by hand, it is recommended that the command line option is used instead, since it will check for erroneous input. This preset can then be used with the same [-p preset] option used to create it:
is a preset that can be made for a cse13s class' assignment 4. This is how the preset will appear in the presets.gm file (preset name first, followed by its options), which contains all created presets and can be editted directly. While presets can be added by typing them into the presets.gm file by hand, it is recommended that the command line option is used instead. This preset can then be used with the same [-p preset] option used to create it:
`$ ./gitmang.sh -p 13s_asgn4`
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......@@ -51,6 +51,7 @@ while getopts vsp:x:d:D:b:f:r:R:Bh opt; do
((gm_i+=1));;
"-D")
gm_dir=${gm_preset[$((gm_i+1))]}
gm_main=1
((gm_i+=1));;
"-b")
gm_branch=${gm_preset[$((gm_i+1))]}
......@@ -73,7 +74,7 @@ while getopts vsp:x:d:D:b:f:r:R:Bh opt; do
./.gm_usage.sh -c
echo ""
echo "Creating new preset ${OPTARG}."
read -p "Preset commands: " gm_preset
read -p "Preset commands: " -a gm_preset
echo "${OPTARG} $gm_preset" >> presets.gm
echo "Preset ${OPTARG} created, use preset with ./gitmang.sh -p ${OPTARG}."
exit
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