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A script for cloning FRC robot projects and configuring them for Eclipse

Project description

A neat little script for cloning git repositories containing FRC robot projects and configuring them for use with Eclipse.

Install Instructions

Open a terminal and run:

pip install roboclone

If you want the very latest version pushed to git then run:

pip install git+https://github.com/simon-andrews/roboclone.git

Usage

Now that you have RoboClone installed, it’s time to use it! Open a terminal and type roboclone. Something like this should show up:

$ roboclone
usage: roboclone [-h] [--gitargs args] [--force [FORCE]]
                 remote_url destination
roboclone: error: the following arguments are required: remote_url, destination

Add the -h switch to show a help message:

$ roboclone -h
usage: roboclone [-h] [--gitargs args] [--force [FORCE]]
                 remote_url destination

positional arguments:
  remote_url       url of the remote git repository (https or ssh)
  destination      directory to clone repository to

optional arguments:
  -h, --help       show this help message and exit
  --gitargs args   extra arguments for git
  --force [FORCE]  write metadata files even if they already exist in the repo

Clone a repository:

$ roboclone https://github.com/Team4761/2015-Robot-Code.git 2015-Robot-Code
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