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The MS-Windows file system does not support an executable attribute for files,
so chmod +x has nothing to operate on.
MS-Windows marks executables by using special file name extensions (e.g. `.exe').
MSYS shell extends this for scripts, by looking for the shebang (#!) as the
first two chars of any file you try to execute.
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