Check project directories for uncommitted or unpushed work and for files like README and LICENSE.
check_project provides a command line tool for checking a variety of things on a project directory, like if you have code hidden in a git stash, or unpushed commits. Currently, it mostly assumes the project is in Git.
Typical usage often looks like this:
check_projects -d /foo/bar/baz
which would check /foo/bar/baz for the following:
The exit code of check_projects is 0 if all the checks pass, and 3 if any fail. Other non-zero exit codes may happen, and they indicate errors.
I’m definitely open to other checks and other version control systems. Let me know if there’s something you’re interested in.
check_projects seems to work for me, but please do not assume it works perfectly. If you’re using it for something critical, take a look at the code or let me know.
You can get help at the command line with –help:
usage: check_project [-h] [-v | -q] [-d DIRECTORY] [--ignore-unpushed] [--ignore-uncommitted] [--ignore-stash] [--ignore-missing-readme] [--ignore-missing-license] [--ignore-no-remotes] [--ignore-unpushed-if-no-remotes] Check project directories for uncommitted or unpushed work and for files like README and LICENSE. optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -v, --verbose -q, --quiet -d DIRECTORY, --directory DIRECTORY Base of the project. Defaults to current directory. --ignore-unpushed Don't check for unpushed commits. --ignore-uncommitted Don't check for uncommitted changes. --ignore-stash Don't check for work in the stash. --ignore-missing-readme Don't check for a README. --ignore-missing-license Don't check for a LICENSE. --ignore-no-remotes Don't check for remotes. --ignore-unpushed-if-no-remotes Don't check for unpushed commits if there are no remotes. You probably also want --ignore-no-remotes.
check_project should work on Linux and OS X, and definitely requires Git to be installed. It should work on Python 2.7, and 3.4+. It may work on Windows and other versions of Python. If you test it and it does, please let me know.
Here’s what I do. Create a virtualenv. Activate it. You can run the code tests with python setup.py test. If you want to do the full suite of tests, and style checks, install tox into the virtualenv, and then run tox. You can also install the package into your virtualenv with pip install -e ..
If you have questions, comments, bug reports, heaps of praise, ideas, please make an issue at https://github.com/adamwolf/check_project.
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