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You're running make directly, not via an AUR helper/makepkg, right? Then it should be as simple as running: $ make CC=clang [loads of output here] $ sudo make install CC=clang instead of $ make [loads of output here] $ sudo make install While I doubt the make install step strictly needs CC set, it shouldn't hurt anything to include it. This old answer ...


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dotfiles status lists LICENSE and README as removed because they aren’t present in your home directory. There are a number of ways to avoid that, the simplest being to copy them there.


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This is possible with a small modification to your command line: curl -s -H "Accept:application/vnd.github.v3.raw" https://api.github.com/repos/AbhishekSinhaCoder/Collection-of-Useful-Scripts/contents/ | jq .[].download_url -r | xargs -L1 sh -c 'curl "$0" 2>/dev/null | bat' Having said that, if there are a large number of files, you ...


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