gitapi is a pure-Python API to git, which uses the command-line interface. It has a really permissive license (do whatever you want, don't blame me).
So far, the API supports:
git init git branch git id (git log --pretty=format:%H) git add git commit git status git log git checkout git reset git merge (fails on conflict)
You also have access to the configuration (config, configbool, configlist).
- Example usage::
>>> import gitapi >>> repo = gitapi.Repo("test_gitapi") #existing folder >>> repo.git_init() >>> repo.git_add("file.txt") #already created but not added file >>> repo.git_commit("Adding file.txt", user="me <email@example.com>") >>> str(repo['tip'].desc) 'Adding file.txt'
Download the source, make sure you have setuptools installed, and then run:
python setup.py install
Copyright (c) Fredrik Håård
Do whatever you want, don't blame me. You may also use this software as licensed under the MIT or BSD licenses, or the more permissive license below:
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