Private Fork of the QMK keyboard firmware project with my own layout.
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#!/bin/bash
# This script finds all rules.mk files in keyboards/ subdirectories,
# and deletes the build option filesize impacts from them.
# Print an error message with the word "ERROR" in red.
echo_error() {
echo -e "[\033[0;91mERROR\033[m]: $1"
}
# If we've been started from util/, we want to be in qmk_firmware/
[[ "$PWD" == *util ]] && cd ..
# The root qmk_firmware/ directory should have a subdirectory called quantum/
if [ ! -d "quantum" ]; then
echo_error "Could not detect the QMK firmware directory!"
echo_error "Are you sure you're in the right place?"
exit 1
fi
# Set the inplace editing parameter for sed.
# macOS/BSD sed expects a file extension immediately following -i.
set_sed_i() {
sed_i=(-i)
case $(uname -a) in
*Darwin*) sed_i=(-i "")
esac
}
set_sed_i
# Exclude keyamps/ directories
files=$(find keyboards -type f -name 'rules.mk' -not \( -path '*/keymaps*' -prune \))
# Edit rules.mk files
for file in $files; do
sed "${sed_i[@]}" -e "s/(+[0-9].*)$//g" "$file"
done
echo "Cleaned up rules.mk files."