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Create Pull Requests, using GitHub API and a list of repositories

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Create Pull Requests

Create pull requests programmatically using the GitHub API.

Usage

$ githubpullrequests -h
usage: githubpullrequests [-h] [-f FILE] [-t TOKEN] [-mr MAXIMUM_REPOSITORIES]
                          [-c] [-s]

Create Pull Requests, using GitHub API and a list of repositories

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -f FILE, --file FILE  The file with the repositories informations
  -t TOKEN, --token TOKEN
                        GitHub token with `public_repos` access, or the path
                        to a file with the Github token in plain text. The
                        only contents the file can have is the token,
                        optionally with a tralling new line.
  -mr MAXIMUM_REPOSITORIES, --maximum-repositories MAXIMUM_REPOSITORIES
                        The maximum count of repositories/requests to process
                        per file.
  -c, --cancel-operation
                        If there is some batch operation running, cancel it as
                        soons as possible.
  -s, --synced-repositories
                        Reports which repositories not Synchronized with Pull
                        Requests. This also resets/skips any last session
                        saved due old throw/raised exceptions, because to
                        compute correctly the repositories list, it is
                        required to know all available repositories.

For example:

$ githubpullrequests -f repositories_list.txt

Example of repositories_list.txt:

[Anything Unique like evandrocoan/SublimePackageDefault]
    url = https://github.com/evandrocoan/SublimePackageDefault
    upstream = https://github.com/evandroforks/SublimePackageDefault
    branches = upstream_branch_name->fork_branch_name,

You need to define the environment variable GITHUBPULLREQUESTS_TOKEN with the GitHub access token with public_repos permission, or pass the command line argument -t token to githubpullrequests.

  1. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/47467039/how-to-create-github-pull-request-using-curl
  2. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/28391901/using-the-github-api-create-git-pull-request-without-checking-out-the-code

License

See the file LICENSE.txt

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