Quickly open URLs related to your repos
Quickly open URLs related to your repos.
How to install
$ pip install repo-links
Each command prints the URL to a relevant service. For that to actually be useful, you probably want to use it in another command. For example, on MacOS you can use the
open command to open the URL in the default browser.
The command below would open your repo's page on it's code management system.
$ open $(repo-links code)
Open a repo in a code management system
code command prints a URL to the repo's code management system. The details are automatically pulled from your locally setup git remotes. Without any additional arguments, it'll open the repo's root page in your code management system.
$ repo-links code
You can also point to a specific file or directory.
$ repo-links code ./repo_links/cli.py
You can optionally specify either a single line or a range of lines to have them selected (useful when collaborating on code snippets).
$ repo-links code ./repo_links/cli.py --lines 12 $ repo-links code ./repo_links/cli.py --lines 12:15
Currently supported code management systems:
Open your repo in a CI/CD platform
ci command opens a repo's CI/CD platform page. The platform is determined by whether their configuration files exist locally (e.g. a
.github folder for GitHub Actions).
$ repo-links ci
Currently supported CI/CD platforms:
Building your own plugins
repo-links is planning to support plugins.
To contribute to this tool, first checkout the code. Then create a new virtual environment:
cd repo_links python -mvenv venv source venv/bin/activate
Or if you are using
Now install the dependencies and tests:
pip install -e '.[test]'
To run the tests:
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
Hashes for repo_links-0.1.0-py3-none-any.whl