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Tool to list up remote branches that conflict with the current working copy.

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# git-whatsup

List up remote branches that conflict with the current working copy.

Requires Python 3.5+ and pygit2.

$ brew install libgit2
$ pip install git-whatsup
$ git-whatsup
conflicts with me
origin/find-the-leaks (M!)
spec/spec_helper.rb C
app/assets/cactus.png deleted by us

How it works:

- Create a commit on top of the current index with all unstaged changes
- Tag the commit with `whatsup-with-me`
- For each remote branch,
- Try merging with `whatsup-with-me`
- If it conflicts, try merging with `origin/master`
- Based on the results, classify into roughly these categories:
no conflicts, conflicts with my changes, or conflicts with just master
- Output those that conflict with my changes
- Output conflicting diffs too if requested

## Usage

$ git-whatsup --help
usage: git-whatsup [-h] [--remote REMOTE_NAME] [--master BRANCH_NAME]
[--branch BRANCH_NAME] [--all] [--diff]
[--format {plain,json}]

List up remote branches that conflict with the current working copy.

positional arguments:
repo_path target Git repository

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--remote REMOTE_NAME compare against branches in this remote
--master BRANCH_NAME master branch name
branches to check. by default, all branches are
--all, -a output all statuses if output format is `plain`
--diff, -d output diffs if output format is `plain`
--format {plain,json}, -f {plain,json}
json always includes diffs

## Assumptions and caveats

- Remote branches in your local clone are assumed to be up-to-date (`git fetch` has been run)
- Consider this alpha software

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