Git-Up all your projects!
Why use git-up-all ?
- Tired of going into each repo and pulling/rebasing/stashing in order to update
- Tired of updating all branches over all the repos you have following the above tactics?
- Need one custom action for sourcetree for eg? Just add git-up-all --sourcetree and you are good to go
How it works
- Reads a json file (or SourceTree list OSX) containing the list of repos you want to keep updated (could also be sourced controlled).
- Iterates over each folder containing the repos provided and executes git-up as a module
- Prints results for each repo
- Note that it will skip any fails and leaves it up to the user to manually resolve the conflicts.
- Install via pip install git-up-all
- Create a projects.json containing a list of projects (see example below) or use --sourcetree
- Run git-up-all on that folder containing the projects.json or use --sourcetree
This file should contain a list with projects/repos as below:
- Add results printing
- Some help is needed with the windows version of the SourceTree config file
- (BETA) Support for reading from SourceTree on OSX systems for now. Run with --sourcetree
- Logic fixes
- This is a pre-release. I will start most of the work in this section after tests are done
- Need help to find how to parse windows SourceTree files!!!
- Check for branch origin validity
- Patch PyGitUp to use dir paths as arguments let it do the chdir kind or the work is chdir is not needed
- Add the tests finally
- Rethink about structure and integration with PyGitUp
Thanks to the original port of GitUp in python (PyGitUp) by msiemens
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