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Sync repos across development environments. Bulk status|push|pull operations on git repos.

Project Description

Git Lazy

Author:Tim Santor


Git-Lazy is a tool for lazy developers like me. I typically work on not only my work computer, but my home office computer or a laptop when I am on the go. Using Git-Lazy, I can easily search directories for Git repos and add them to a file which will be synced by Dropbox or Google Drive. Then, when I move to another machine mentioned above, I can simply run git-lazy --sync and my current development environment will create all the repos I need. It can also run bulk status|push|pull operations on all my git repos.


To install Git Lazy, simply:

pip install git-lazy

Then create a config file ^/config/git-lazy.cfg:

; Usernames for repos we're interesting in
; File to contain all repos we want to manage (preferably on a Cloud Drive)
repo_list=^/Google Drive/Personal/repo_list.json
; The top-level directories we want to traverse to find repos


git-lazy --find  # find all repos
git-lazy --sync  # sync all repos

git-lazy --add  ^/repo/dir  # Add a repo to the list
git-lazy --remove  ^/repo/dir # Remove a repo from the list

git-lazy -m status  # perform git status on all repos
git-lazy -m pull  # perform git pull on all repos
git-lazy -m push  # perform git push on all repos

git-lazy --remove_interactive  # Remove repos

NOTE: For all available methods run ``git-lazy -h``


If you experience any issues, please create an issue on Bitbucket.


All notable changes to this project will be documented in this file. This project adheres to Semantic Versioning.

0.1.0 (2016-03-01)

  • First release on PyPI.

0.1.1 (2016-03-04)

  • Do not attempt to do git operations on non-existent repos on current machine.

0.1.5 (2017-02-21)

  • Various enhancements

0.1.7 (2017-04-04)

  • Bug fix where using --find after already using it would only create a repo list of the newly found repos.

0.1.8 (2017-04-24)

  • Bug fix where using --find would add repos twice.

0.1.9 (2017-06-25)

  • Added --update_origins to update all repo urls from HTTPS to SSH

0.2.0 (2017-08-04)

  • Fixed bug with --find

0.2.1 (2017-08-04)

  • Fixed bug with --find when no origin set
  • Update update_origins regex logic to handle https and ssh schemes
  • Added repo_users to config (comma-delimited)

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