Thanks Sam. That's a great tip about naming it "git-xyz" so you can use 
"git xyz"!

I assume you're suggesting I use the git commands I posted rather than 
using plumbing commands?


On Thursday, 8 August 2013 18:14:39 UTC+1, Sam Roberts wrote:
> /bin/sh script with no bash specifics... IMO. 
> set -e at top to make it bail if any command errors. you can even call 
> it "git-do-my-thing" and install in your path, so its possible to call 
> "git do-my-thing" from the command line, it will look like a git 
> command (obviously, use a better name.. :-). 

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