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  1. Thank you this is a precise and direct answer to my question!
  2. I'd like to have my workflow in Git so that I can see the history of each of the scripts that go into the total thing. Right now I can unzip my .workflow and add all the files separately, but not only is that an awkward process, but you end up with all your scripts in the info.plist along with all the alfred configuration data. Is there an easy way to keep everything clean and human readable in revision control? Or would I have to comprehend the full nature of info.plist and write some sort of build system? I looked around on github and i didn't see anything encouraging so far. Just a bunch of .workflow archives committed directly.
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