Object-oriented paths in Git repositories
An read-only implementation of Python’s pathlib that works on Git trees.
This library requires pygit2, which can be hard to install. You may need to get it installed before installing gitpathlib.
In a Python 3 virtual environment, do:
python -m pip install gitpathlib
To install an editable from a Git checkout:
python -m pip install -e.
To install without a virtual envitonment, add the --user option.
A GitPath can be created from a path to a Git repository, and a commit (or tree) in it:
from gitpathlib import GitPath head = GitPath('path/to/git/repo', 'HEAD')
It can then be used as a Path would:
path = head / 'dir' / 'file.txt' with path.open() as f: contents = f.read()
GitPath provides read-only access. Creating files, opening them in write mode, etc. are not supported.
You’re welcome to join this project!
If you spot an issue, please report it at the Issues page on Github.
If you’d like to start changing the code or documentation, check out the code locally using:
git clone https://github.com/encukou/gitpathlib
If you’re new to this, please read the this guide about collaborating on Github-hosted projects like this one.
If that doesn’t make sense, please e-mail the author for clarification. I’d be happy to help you get started.
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