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Human friendly git hashes

Project description

Speakable, rememberable translations for git ref hashes

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Usage

From inside a git repository

# Defaults to HEAD $ git mnemonic end line grab ding

# Can be given a specific revision $ git mnemonic origin/master line pot end bear

# Will translate back to the full git hash $ git mnemonic line pot end bear 4b63bf41e0c2369c76b6e3ce3ea40ed5fa0977c3

Install

pip install git-mnemonic

TODO

It’d be really nice to produce a really friendly word list, that contained only words that sounded audiably distinct and were easy to spell / type / read. It would also be awesome to support multiple spellings of tricky words.

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