A small command-line tool for working with Assembla spaces
Assembla CLI is an unofficial command-line interface to Assembla. It provides commands to easily open and apply merge requests, as well as commands to open different Assembla views in your project.
Install using pip (both Python 2 and 3 are supported):
pip install assembla-cli
assembla COMMAND [ARGS...]
The following commands are available:
Rebases a merge request on top of the target branch and then fast-forward merges it onto the target branch. The merge request is then closed. The merged commits are not pushed to Assembla, so you are able to use git rebase to interactively edit, squash, or remove commits.
Rebases a branch on top of the current branch and then fast-forward merges it onto the current branch. The merged commits are not pushed to Assembla, so you are able to use git rebase to interactively edit, squash, or remove commits.
Opens your web browser to the Merge Requests page in your Assembla space so you can review open merge requests.
Opens your web browser to the New Merge Request page for your Assembla space, prefilled with the current branch as the source branch and your main branch (develop or master) as the target branch.
Opens your web browser to the Tickets page in your Assembla space.
Opens your web browser to the New Ticket page in your Assembla space.
Assembla CLI is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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