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Project Description

Many central git hosting services, such as GitHub and GitLab, provide an API to perform actions such as creating repositories and filing pull requests. git-spindle is a collection of git subcommands to make using these services easier.

For example, to fork and clone a repository on GitHub, one can now simply use

git hub clone seveas/whelk

With this git subcommand, you can perform various github actions, such as creating or forking a repository from the command line.

To install the latest released version on Ubuntu:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dennis/python sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dennis/devtools sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install git-spindle

To install the latest released version on Windows:

Install git from http://git-for-windows.github.io/ Install python 3.5 or newer from https://www.python.org/downloads/ Run the following 2 commands in a command prompt: py -mensurepip py -mpip install git-spindle

To install the latest released version on other systems, assumin python and pip are installed:

pip install git-spindle

Usage:

(For detailed information, go to http://seveas.github.com/git-spindle)

Add an account to the configuration:
git hub add-account [–host=<host>] <alias>
Add a user as collaborator:
git hub add-collaborator <user>…
Add a deploy key:
git hub add-deploy-key [–read-only] <key>…
Add a repository hook:
git hub add-hook <name> [<setting>…]
Adds keys to your public keys:
git hub add-public-keys [<key>…]
Add user’s fork as a named remote. The name defaults to the user’s loginname:
git hub add-remote [–ssh|–http|–git] <user> [<name>]
Applies a pull request as a series of cherry-picks:
git hub apply-pr <pr-number>
Open the GitHub page for a repository in a browser:
git hub browse [–parent] [<repo>] [<section>]
Show a timeline of a user’s activity:
git hub calendar [<user>]
Display the contents of a file on GitHub:
git hub cat <file>…
Check the github pages configuration and content of your repo:
git hub check-pages
Clone a repository by name:
git hub clone [–ssh|–http|–git] [–triangular] [–parent] [git-clone-options] <repo> [<dir>]
List collaborators of a repository:
git hub collaborators [<repo>]
Configure git-spindle, similar to git-config:
git hub config [–unset] <key> [<value>]
Create a repository on github to push to:
git hub create [–private] [–org=<org>] [–description=<description>]
Create a personal access token that can be used for git operations:
git hub create-token [–store]
Lists all keys for a repo:
git hub deploy-keys [<repo>]
Edit a hook:
git hub edit-hook <name> [<setting>…]
Fetch refs from a user’s fork:
git hub fetch [–ssh|–http|–git] <user> [<refspec>]
Fork a repo and clone it:
git hub fork [–ssh|–http|–git] [–triangular] [<repo>]
List all forks of this repository:
git hub forks [<repo>]
Create a new gist from files or stdin:
git hub gist [–description=<description>] <file>…
Show all gists for a user:
git hub gists [<user>]
Show hooks that have been enabled:
git hub hooks
Show gitignore patterns for one or more languages:
git hub ignore [<language>…]
Show the IP addresses for github.com services in CIDR format:
git hub ip-addresses [–git] [–hooks] [–importer] [–pages]
Show issue details or report an issue:
git hub issue [<repo>] [–parent] [<issue>…]
List issues in a repository:
git hub issues [<repo>] [–parent] [<filter>…]
Display github log for yourself or other users. Or for an organisation or a repo:
git hub log [–type=<type>] [–count=<count>] [–verbose] [<what>]
Display the contents of a directory on GitHub:
git hub ls [<dir>…]
Mirror a repository, or all repositories for a user:
git hub mirror [–ssh|–http|–git] [–goblet] [<repo>]
Create a graphviz graph of followers and forks:
git hub network [<level>]
Protect a branch against deletions, force-pushes and failed status checks:
git hub protect [–enforcement-level=<level>] [–contexts=<contexts>] <branch>
List active branch protections:
git hub protected
Lists all keys for a user:
git hub public-keys [<user>]
Opens a pull request to merge your branch to an upstream branch:
git hub pull-request [–issue=<issue>] [–yes] [<yours:theirs>]
Get the README for a repository:
git hub readme [<repo>]
Create a release:
git hub release [–draft] [–prerelease] <tag> [<releasename>]
List all releases:
git hub releases [<repo>]
Remove a user as collaborator:
git hub remove-collaborator <user>…
Remove deploy key by id:
git hub remove-deploy-key <key>…
Remove a hook:
git hub remove-hook <name>
Render a markdown document:
git hub render [–save=<outfile>] <file>
List all repos of a user, by default yours:
git hub repos [–no-forks] [<user>]
Let the octocat speak to you:
git hub say [<msg>]
Set the remote ‘origin’ to github.:
git hub set-origin [–ssh|–http|–git] [–triangular]
Set up goblet config based on GitHub config:
git hub setup-goblet
Display current and historical GitHub service status:
git hub status
Remove branch protections from a branch:
git hub unprotect <branch>
Display GitHub user info:
git hub whoami
Display GitHub user info:
git hub whois <user>…
Add an account to the configuration:
git lab add-account [–host=<host>] <alias>
Add a project member:
git lab add-member [–access-level=guest|reporter|developer|master|owner] <user>…
Adds keys to your public keys:
git lab add-public-keys [<key>…]
Add user’s fork as a named remote. The name defaults to the user’s loginname:
git lab add-remote [–ssh|–http] <user> [<name>]
Applies a merge request as a series of cherry-picks:
git lab apply-merge <merge-request-number>
Open the GitLab page for a repository in a browser:
git lab browse [–parent] [<repo>] [<section>]
Show a timeline of a user’s activity:
git lab calendar [<user>]
Display the contents of a file on GitLab:
git lab cat <file>…
Clone a repository by name:
git lab clone [–ssh|–http] [–triangular] [–parent] [git-clone-options] <repo> [<dir>]
Configure git-spindle, similar to git-config:
git lab config [–unset] <key> [<value>]
Create a repository on gitlab to push to:
git lab create [–private|–internal] [–group=<group>] [–description=<description>]
Fetch refs from a user’s fork:
git lab fetch [–ssh|–http] <user> [<refspec>]
Fork a repo and clone it:
git lab fork [–ssh|–http] [–triangular] [<repo>]
Show issue details or report an issue:
git lab issue [<repo>] [–parent] [<issue>…]
List issues in a repository:
git lab issues [<repo>] [–parent] [<filter>…]
Display GitLab log for a repository:
git lab log [<repo>]
Display the contents of a directory on GitLab:
git lab ls [<dir>…]
List repo memberships:
git lab members [<repo>]
Opens a merge request to merge your branch to an upstream branch:
git lab merge-request [–yes] [<yours:theirs>]
Mirror a repository, or all your repositories:
git lab mirror [–ssh|–http] [–goblet] [<repo>]
Protect a branch against force-pushes:
git lab protect <branch>
List protected branches:
git lab protected
Lists all keys for a user:
git lab public-keys [<user>]
Remove a user’s membership:
git lab remove-member <user>…
List all your repos:
git lab repos [–no-forks]
Set the remote ‘origin’ to gitlab.:
git lab set-origin [–ssh|–http] [–triangular]
Remove force-push protection from a branch:
git lab unprotect <branch>
Display GitLab user info:
git lab whoami
Display GitLab user info:
git lab whois <user>…
Add an account to the configuration:
git bb add-account <alias>
Add a deploy key:
git bb add-deploy-key <key>…
Add privileges for a user to this repo:
git bb add-privilege [–admin|–read|–write] <user>…
Adds keys to your public keys:
git bb add-public-keys [<key>…]
Add user’s fork as a named remote. The name defaults to the user’s loginname:
git bb add-remote [–ssh|–http] <user> [<name>]
Applies a pull request as a series of cherry-picks:
git bb apply-pr <pr-number>
Open the GitHub page for a repository in a browser:
git bb browse [–parent] [<repo>] [<section>]
Display the contents of a file on BitBucket:
git bb cat <file>…
Clone a repository by name:
git bb clone [–ssh|–http] [–triangular] [–parent] [git-clone-options] <repo> [<dir>]
Configure git-spindle, similar to git-config:
git bb config [–unset] <key> [<value>]
Create a repository on bitbucket to push to:
git bb create [–private] [–team=<team>] [–description=<description>]
Lists all keys for a repo:
git bb deploy-keys [<repo>]
Fetch refs from a user’s fork:
git bb fetch [–ssh|–http] <user> [<refspec>]
Fork a repo and clone it:
git bb fork [–ssh|–http] [–triangular] [<repo>]
List all forks of this repository:
git bb forks [<repo>]
Invite users to collaborate on this repository:
git bb invite [–read|–write|–admin] <email>…
Show issue details or report an issue:
git bb issue [<repo>] [–parent] [<issue>…]
List issues in a repository:
git bb issues [<repo>] [–parent] [<filter>…]
Display the contents of a directory on BitBucket:
git bb ls [<dir>…]
Mirror a repository, or all repositories for a user:
git bb mirror [–ssh|–http] [–goblet] [<repo>]
List repo privileges:
git bb privileges [<repo>]
Lists all keys for a user:
git bb public-keys [<user>]
Opens a pull request to merge your branch to an upstream branch:
git bb pull-request [–yes] [<yours:theirs>]
Remove deploy key by id:
git bb remove-deploy-key <key>…
Remove a user’s privileges:
git bb remove-privilege <user>…
List all repos of a user, by default yours:
git bb repos [–no-forks] [<user>]
Set the remote ‘origin’ to github.:
git bb set-origin [–ssh|–http] [–triangular]
Create a new snippet from files or stdin:
git bb snippet [–description=<description>] <file>…
Show all snippets for a user:
git bb snippets [<user>]
Display BitBucket user info:
git bb whoami
Display GitHub user info:
git bb whois <user>…

Copyright (C) 2012-2015 Dennis Kaarsemaker <dennis@kaarsemaker.net>

This program 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.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

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