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Remove exec bit on test files #30

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paultcochrane commented Aug 17, 2018

Test files don't need to be executable since they aren't run directly as
commands.

Remove exec bit on test files
Test files don't need to be executable since they aren't run directly as
commands.

@vadrer vadrer merged commit f0209b0 into vadrer:master Aug 17, 2018

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@vadrer, I don't mean to point fingers, but is there something on your end (the machine where you commit as U-CORP\konovv) that is automatically setting executable bit? I notice that some of these I executable permissions had already removed in #7 but they became executable again in later commits 150f330, 74416c6 (as well as others). There has also already been 2 PRs to unset executable bit from Makefile.PL: unset in #8, set again in 74416c6, and unset again in #13

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@vadrer, I don't mean to point fingers, but is there something on your end (the machine where you commit as U-CORP\konovv) that is automatically setting executable bit? I notice that some of these I executable permissions had already removed in #7 but they became executable again in later commits 150f330, 74416c6 (as well as others). There has also already been 2 PRs to unset executable bit from Makefile.PL: unset in #8, set again in 74416c6, and unset again in #13

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yes, that's because I do things on windows;
so indeed executable bit will be restored afterwards

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vadrer commented Aug 18, 2018

yes, that's because I do things on windows;
so indeed executable bit will be restored afterwards

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@vadrer setting git config core.filemode false might help, particularly if you're using Cygwin git. (I'm using Git for Windows and GitHub Desktop which seem to set core.filemode false by default.)

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chrstphrchvz commented Aug 18, 2018

@vadrer setting git config core.filemode false might help, particularly if you're using Cygwin git. (I'm using Git for Windows and GitHub Desktop which seem to set core.filemode false by default.)

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I knew it should something simple like that :)
thanks!

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vadrer commented Aug 18, 2018

I knew it should something simple like that :)
thanks!

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