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Project Description
github-flow
===========

Command line tool for github, seeing open pull requests, issue and etc, for a Organization or Repo


- This is part of [NeverwinterDP the Data Pipeline for Hadoop](https://github.com/DemandCube/NeverwinterDP)




## Installation

```
pip install githubflow
```

## Contributing

See the [NeverwinterDP Guide to Contributing] (https://github.com/DemandCube/NeverwinterDP#how-to-contribute)


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## Usage and Specs
github-flow has 1 command `ghf` and the following subcommands:

```
add-command1
```

- command1
- Description of command1

Example flow to be enabled
```
pip install githubflow
ghf ......TODO......
```


# Usage

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## command 1
```
Usage: ghf command1 [-hgliq]

TODO REPLACE WITH ACTUALL
This looks for multiinit.yml as the default configuration

-g FILEPATH, (Optional) YAML file containing vagrant cloud config
--vagrant_multiinit_config_file
-l hostname:cloud/location,hostname2:cloud/location2,hostname3:cloud/location3,
--list List of cloud config parameters
-i, --vboxintnet NAME (Optional) Custom virtualbox__intnet name for private network
-q, --quiet (Optional) Suppress output to STDOUT and STDERR
-h, --help Print this help
```

#### Example usages of multiinit
This will look for a file in the pwd named multiinit.yml and attempt to make the Vagrantfile
```
ghf command1
```


Example number 2
```
ghf command1 some option
```

### Use case
- You'll do this


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# PRD - Product Requirement Document

`ghf org[/repo] command`

Repo authentication should use a common mechanism (can it piggy back off of what git uses ?) or something like netrc

TODO: make sure these command don't already exist from the commandline

### Commands
`issues`
- create issue

`pull[-requests]`
- open pull requests (can this already be done from the commandline?)
- If already exists maybe print how todo this
- list all open pull requests

`repos[itories]`

`team`
- list all contributors to a org


Eventually should have a plugin architecture to allow things like other commands e.g. huboard

`ghf org[/repo] huboard`
- move issue to next stage
- list all stages



Needs pip install
Create config template

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# Libraries
- Click <http: click.pocoo.org=""/>
- PyGithub <https: github.com="" jacquev6="" pygithub="">
- Whoosh <https: pypi.python.org="" pypi="" whoosh=""> <https: pypi.python.org="" pypi="" whooshdoc="" 1.0="">

# Supporting Libraries
- Building with setuptools <https: pythonhosted.org="" setuptools=""/>
- Testing with nose <https: nose.readthedocs.org="" en="" latest=""/>
- Testing with unittest <https: docs.python.org="" 2="" library="" unittest.html="">
- Documentation with Sphinx <http: sphinx-doc.org=""/>
- Deployment with Pip <http: www.pip-installer.org="" en="" latest=""/>
- Development with Virtualenv <http: www.virtualenv.org="" en="" latest=""/>
- Config Mangement Ansible <https: github.com="" ansible="" ansible="">
- Tabular output <https: pypi.python.org="" pypi="" tabulate="" 0.7.2="">

# Supporting Services
- Badge <http: badge.fury.io=""/>
- PyPi <https: pypi.python.org="" pypi="">

# Github API
- https://developer.github.com/v3/
- https://developer.github.com/libraries/


# plugins

Use this to develop plugins
- https://pythonhosted.org/setuptools/setuptools.html#dynamic-discovery-of-services-and-plugins
- https://nose.readthedocs.org/en/latest/plugins/builtin.html
- https://nose.readthedocs.org/en/latest/plugins/writing.html


# References
- Distutils <https: docs.python.org="" 2.7="" distutils=""/>
- Version Comparison Distutils <https: wiki.python.org="" moin="" distutils="" versioncomparison="">

# Active Development Bookmarks
- Example setup.py <https: github.com="" ansible="" ansible="" blob="" devel="" setup.py="">
- <http: click.pocoo.org="" setuptools="" #introduction="">

# other github command line tools
- https://github.com/sociomantic/git-hub
- https://github.com/github/hub
- https://github.com/stephencelis/ghi
- http://nodegh.io/
- https://github.com/jsmits/github-cli
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