Explore Open Pull Requests
Tugboat is a command line tool for exploring open pull requests on Github or Github Enterprise, using the Github API. It generates a report of all open pull requests for all the repositories it was requested to examine, sorted by the pull request’s last update time. Each pull request is listed with a link to the pull request, and an indicator as to whether the pull request is mergeable.
Tugboat uses cli_tools, and so provides extensive help text, accessible by using the “–help” argument. The primary arguments it needs have to do with authenticating to Github (see the help for “–username”, “–password”, and “–github-url”; note that tugboat will prompt for a password if none is provided).
Tugboat also must be told which repositories to examine; this is done by passing one or more of the “–repo”, “–user”, or “–org” options. (Note that tugboat will generate an empty report if none of these options are passed.) Any mix of these options may be used; tugboat will explore all listed repositories, and all repositories it can see under the listed users or organizations.