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Give "install.sh" the executable flag


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I don't think zip files keep permissions, so it would be impossible to do that.

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As the subject says, everytime I need to setup forge for a development environment, I have to do:

chmod +x install.sh

would be nice if this was done before hand.

I guess if you were desperate you could always write some kind of a script that detects if you're unzipping a forge source installation and then automatically chmods it for you.

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