The CLI tool for forgetful gits.

# smommit

The CLI tool for forgetful gits.

### What is it?

• If you don't want to git commit just yet then why not make a smommit (small commit)
• If your're like me and can't remember what you have changed in a commit then whenever you have made a change just call smommit add -m <change>. This will create a .smommit directory and a "smommit" file (for the current branch your on) which stores all your small commits ready for the big one.
• Then when you call git commit the commit message will be filled out with all those lovely smommits that you have collected (the smommit file will also be overwritten ready for your new smommits)
• Smommits also come with a config.json which allows you to access the formatting options for the smommit for that branch
• Current supported formatting options:
• datetime: if true then will add a timestamp at the end of the message in the format ("%d/%m/%Y - %X")
• list-hyphons: if true then will add a hyphon to the start of the message (like a list item)

#### Available commands:

    # For adding a smommit message to the smommit file of the current branch
smommit add [-v | --verbose] [(-m <message>)]
# For removing a smommit message from the smommit file of the current branch
smommit rm [-v | --verbose] [(<line> [-f | --force])]
# Initialises all the files required for smommit (this is called by all other functions)
smommit refresh [-v | --verbose]
# View all smommit messages from the smommit file of the current branch
smommit view [-v | --verbose]
# Edit the smommit file or config file for the current branch in the default editor
smommit edit [-v | --verbose] [-f | --force]
# Show help or version
smommit -h | --help | --version
Options:
-m --message  The smommit message (if not present then default editor will be opened)
-f --force    Force/Don't ask for permission
-v --verbose  Verbose
-h --help     Shows help
--version     Show version
<message>     The smommit message
<line>        Line number


#### Install:

Using pip: pip3 install smommit ...Or clone the repository and add smommit-runner.py to your path. (You could also rename it to just smommit if it suits you)

• docopt
• numpy
• gitpython

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