I named my script Hilite.sh if that makes a difference.
It makes a difference.
If someone gives you a script named my_hilite and you do not install it with the name my-hilite, then you need to change everything that references my-hilite to reference whatever named you used when you installed it instead.
And, when you install it you have to make sure that the script will be readable and executable by whatever users want to run that script.
should give you a reasonably readable, executable script. Then you just have to find EVERYTHING that attempts to invoke my-hilite and change every reference to it to be Hilite.sh.
Last edited by Don Cragun; 04-11-2019 at 05:57 PM..
Reason: Fix typo: s/Hiliite[.]sh/Hilite.sh/
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