gc is a command line helper client for using git.
gc is a simple command line helper client for git.
Obviously git has a lot of functionality in the CLI already. Not seeking to re-invent any wheels,
gc can simplify commits and pushes, add or remove files from .gitignore, and maybe one day help with merge fixes.
$ gc "subject for a git commit"
Commit local git repo with message "subject for a git commit", add or rm files, and push changes. You will be prompted to add a body message (skip with 'n'), and you will see a list of untracked, modified, or deleted files. Simply unselect any files you DON'T want to add or rm.
$ gc -I
show .gitignore for current project and exit
$ gc -i config.ini terraform.tfvars
terraform.tfvars to project's .gitignore. If a file exists already, it will be deleted, but you will be prompted first (unless you provide the [-y] or [--yes] flag).
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