One of the most anoying thing I meet when I am coding software, is the « No new line at end of file » warning.
For this, I have written a little script based of my research on google. I want to rewrite all text files tracked by git and ensure that a new line is written at the end of file.
#!/bin/bash # list all files tracked by git for file in `git ls-files -c -m`; do # Test that file does exist if [ -f $file ]; then # Test that file is not a binary one grep -Iq . "$file" if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then # Add a new line sed -i '$a\' $file fi fi done
You can execute it from a git repository and commit the result.