I have a bash script that mounts a fuse filesystem created with the backup tool borg. Mounting the filesystem requires a passphrase. The mount command of borg allows to read the passphrase from an export in my shell script. So the first two lines of my script are something like
#!/bin/bash export BORG_PASSPHRASE='mypassphrase'
Then I mount the filesystem with the mount command
borg mount user@server:/mntpoint::backup_repository /localmntpoint
The script runs perfectly fine. However, I would like to create a standalone app which runs this script. So I called the script Borg and created a directory Borg.app which contains Contents and MacOS as subdirectories and in MacOS I put the Borg shell script. This appears to be the usual way of turning a shell script into a clickable application. I am aware that one can click the shell script itself and a terminal will fire up and execute the script. I prefer the other option.
Unfortunately nothing happens upon clicking my Borg.app. I suspect the issue is the export command at the beginning which is somehow missed by the mount command in this setup.
Any help in resolving this is greatly appreciated.