I'm completely new to Bash, and I'm trying to make a simple script to automate Git pulling and pushing from a repo, but I can't get it to work.
Here is a pastebin of the code: http://pastebin.com/JrXqktD4
#!/bin/bash #Git Puller / Pusher for MobArenaBattles echo "Please type whether you want to pull or push:" read proc cd $HOME/Desktop/IdeaProjects/Plugins/MobArenaBattles if ["$proc"="push"]; then echo "Please type the commit message:" read message git status git add -A git commit -m $message git push elif ["$proc"="pull"]; then git status git pull else echo "Invalid choice! Exiting." fi
The error I get is:
./MAB Git.sh: line 9: [push=push]: command not found ./MAB Git.sh: line 16: [push=pull]: command not found
I have tried using
-eq but it comes up with the same error. Sorry if I'm being stupid, it's my first attempt.
Thanks in advance.