A python implemetation of git
Maggit is a implementation of git in Python. Maggit doesn’t use subproccess call to git or external C libraries. There is no more dependancy than python standard library.
Maggit need Python 3.4 at least.
The actual version (0.1) is pretty rough:
- The low level allow read and write git objects but the high level API provide only reading.
- There is remote, no push/pull, no merge/rebase, no working tree.
- API is not perfect and expect it changes.
- Documentation is not complete.
- Patches are welcomes. (Here are the issues tracker and the merge requests)
Here a simple example code equivalent to git log -n 10 to see how to use maggit:
import maggit # Create a repository repo = maggit.Repo() branches = repo.branches master = branches['master'] commit = master.commit for i in range(10): print(commit.message) commit = commit.parents
See the doc for full information and how to use it.
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