None of these files starts with a #! line, and they are not native
binary executables, so if a user attempts to execute them as a program,
Unix shells will run them as /bin/sh scripts. This is not going to end
well, since none of them are shell scripts (the gio bash completion
is for bash, which is not a lowest-common-denominator POSIX shell, and
in any case is designed to be sourced rather than executed).
Signed-off-by: Simon McVittie <email@example.com>