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Bundles up your Git’s working copy changes (compared against HEAD)

Rather than give a history of why I’m doing this, I’m going to skip it and just post the code.  If there is a built in Git command that grabs the working copy (meaning non-committed changes) please let me know.  In the mean time, this will suffice.  


  1. It’s a (bash) shell script so usage would mean you open your bash shell (Terminal on Mac)
  2. navigate to the Git project
  3. type . ./create-bundle.sh

the actual script

[gist https://gist.github.com/jusopi/9258294 /]