Manage multiple git repos
A command-line tool to view multiple git repos
In the presence of multiple related git repos, it helps to see their status (branch, modification) side by side, as in the following screenshot:
Here the color codings denote the 5 situations between local and remote branches:
- white: the local branch has no remote branch.
- green: the local branch is the same as the remote branch.
- red: the local branch has diverged from the remote branch.
- purple: the local branch is ahead of the remote branch (good for push).
- yellow: the local branch is behind the remote branch (good for merge).
The extra status symbols have the following meaning:
+: staged change exists
*: unstaged change exists
The supported commands are
gita add <repo-path>: add repo to
gita rm <repo-name>: remove repo from
gita ls: display the status of all repos
gita ls <repo-name>: display the absolute path of the specified repo
gita fetch: fetch all remote updates
gita fetch <repo-name(s)>: fetch remote updates for the specified repo(s)
gita pull <repo-name(s)>: pull remote updates for the specified repo(s)
gita merge <repo-name(s)>: merge remote updates for the specified repo(s)
gita push <repo-name(s)>: push local updates of the specified repo(s) to remote
The repo paths are saved in
To install, simply use pip3
pip3 install gita
Alternatively, you can download the source code and run
pip3 install -e <gita source folder>.
This is known as the development mode.
In this case, calling
gita in bash may not work, and you can put the following line in the .bashrc file
alias gita="python3 -m gita"
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