## Git-Repo: git services CLI utility * To get the sources: * https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo * https://gitlab.com/guyzmo/git-repo * https://bitbucket.org/guyzmo/git-repo * Issues: https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues * Chat on IRC: [#git-repo @freenode](irc://irc.freenode.org/git-repo) * [![Issues in Ready](https://badge.waffle.io/guyzmo/git-repo.png?label=ready&title=Ready)](https://waffle.io/guyzmo/git-repo) [![Issues in Progress](https://badge.waffle.io/guyzmo/git-repo.png?label=in%20progress&title=Progress)](https://waffle.io/guyzmo/git-repo) [![Show Travis Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/guyzmo/git-repo.svg)](https://travis-ci.org/guyzmo/git-repo) * [![Pypi Version](https://img.shields.io/pypi/v/git-repo.svg) ![Pypi Downloads](https://img.shields.io/pypi/dm/git-repo.svg)](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/git-repo) ### Usage ### main commands Control your remote git hosting services from the `git` commandline. The usage is very simple. To clone a new project, out of GitHub, just issue: % git hub clone guyzmo/git-repo But that works also with a project from GitLab, Bitbucket, or your own GitLab: % git lab clone guyzmo/git-repo % git bb clone guyzmo/git-repo % git myprecious clone guyzmo/git-repo If you want to can choose the default branch to clone: % git lab clone guyzmo/git-repo master Though sometimes, as you're starting a new project, you want to create a new repository to push to: % git hub create guyzmo/git-repo actually the namespace is facultative, as per default you can (and want to) only create new repositories within your own account. You might also want to add an existing remote ref to your workspace, and that can be easily done with: % git lab add guyzmo/git-repo Which will add `https://gitlab.com/guyzmo/git-repo` as the `gitlab` remote! Also, you can fork a repository using: % git hub fork neovim/neovim and of course, you can delete it using: % git bb delete guyzmo/git-repo Also, you can open the repository's page, using the `open` command: % git lab open guyzmo/git-repo Successfully fetched branch `2` of `guyzmo/git-repo` into `request-2`! ### Requests for merges *(aka Pull Requests aka Merge Requests)* Once you're all set with your repository, you can check requests to merge (aka Pull Requests on github) using the `request` command: % git hub request guyzmo/git-repo list List of open requests to merge: id title URL 2 prefer gitrepo.<target>.token > privatekey, docs https://api.github.com/repos/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/2 And fetch it locally to check and/or amend it before merging: % git hub request guyzmo/git-repo fetch 2 Or you can create a pull-request by doing a: % git hub request create guyzmo/git-repo myfeature master 'My neat feature' -m 'So much to say about that feature…' ### Gists or snippets Finally, another extra feature you can play with is the gist handling: % git hub gist list id title https://gist.github.com/4a0dd9177524b2b125e9166640666737 This is a test gist Then you can list files within it: % git hub gist list a7ce4fddba7744ddf335 language size name Python 1048 unicode_combined.py % git hub -v gist list https://gist.github.com/4a0dd9177524b2b125e9166640666737 language size name Markdown 16 README.md Text 14 LICENSE reStructuredText 17 README.rst to output it locally, you can use the fetch command (and specify the file if there's more than one): % git hub gist fetch https://gist.github.com/a7ce4fddba7744ddf335 > mygist.py % git hub gist fetch 4a0dd9177524b2b125e9166640666737 LICENSE > LICENSE_from_gist but for more thorough modifications or consulting, you can as well clone it: % git hub gist clone 4a0dd9177524b2b125e9166640666737 Pulling from github |████████████████████████████████| Successfully cloned `4a0dd9177524b2b125e9166640666737` into `./4a0dd9177524b2b125e9166640666737`! And when you're done you just get rid of it: % git hub gist -f delete 4a0dd9177524b2b125e9166640666737 Successfully deleted gist! > *Nota Bene*: Thanks to `git` CLI flexibility, by installing `git-repo` you directly > have access to the tool using `git-repo hub …` or `git repo hub …`. For the > `git hub …` call, you have to set up aliases, see below how to configure that. And as a bonus, each time it's adding a new remote, it's updating the `all` remote, so that you can push your code to all your remote repositories in one command: % git push all master ### Installation You can get the tool using pypi (use `pip3` if you have both Python2 and Python3 installed): % pip install git-repo or by getting the sources and running: % python3 setup.py install ### Configuration To configure `git-repo` you simply have to call the following command: % git repo config and a wizard will run you through getting the authentication token for the service, add the command alias or the name of the remote. Though, configuring custom services is still not handled by the wizard… But if you prefer manual configuration you'll have to tweak your `~/.gitconfig`. For each service you've got an account on, you have to make a section in the gitconfig: [gitrepo "gitlab"] token = YourVerySecretKey [gitrepo "github"] token = YourOtherVerySecretKey [gitrepo "bitbucket"] token = username:password Here, we're setting the basics: just the private token. You'll notice that for bitbucket the private token is your username and password seperated by a column. That's because bitbucket does not offer throw away private tokens for tools (I might implement BB's OAuth at some point). You also have the ability to set up an alias: [gitrepo "bitbucket"] alias = bit token = username:password that will change the command you use for a name you'll prefer to handle actions for the service you use: % git-repo bit clone guyzmo/git-repo Also, you can setup your own GitLab self-hosted server, using that configuration: [gitrepo "myprecious"] type = gitlab token = YourSuperPrivateKey fqdn = gitlab.example.org # Set this only if you use a self-signed certificate and experience problems insecure = true Finally, to make it really cool, you can make a few aliases in your gitconfig: [alias] hub = repo hub lab = repo lab bb = repo bb perso = repo perso So you can run the tool as a git subcommand: git hub clone guyzmo/git-repo For those who like to keep all dotfiles in a git repository, it'd be horrendous to store tokens that offer access to your social accounts in a repository… And I'm not even talking about those who want to share your dotfiles. But don't worry, once it's all configured, you can fire up your [favorite editor](http://www.vim.org) and move all the `[gitrepo …]` sections into a new file, like `~/.gitconfig-repos`. Your can run the following command to do this automagically: python -m git_repo.extract_config if you want to use another path, you can change the defaults: python -m git_repo.extract_config ~/.gitconfig-repos ~/.gitconfig ### Development For development, I like to use `buildout`, and the repository is already configured for that. All you have to do, is install buildout, and then call it from the root of the repository: % pip install zc.buildout % buildout and then you'll have the executable in `bin`: % bin/git-repo --help #### Verbose running You can repeat the `-v` argument several times to increase the level of verbosity of `git-repo`. The more arguments you give, the more details you'll have. * `-v` will set the debugging level to `DEBUG`, giving some execution info ; * `-vv` will print out all the git commands that are being executed ; * `-vvv` will give more verbose insight on the git layer ; * `-vvvv` will output all the HTTP exchanges with the different APIs ; * `-vvvvv` will printout how were parsed the arguments. ##### Testing To run the tests: % bin/py.test You can use the following options for py.test to help you debug when tests fail: * `-v` will show more details upon errors * `-x` will stop upon the first failure * `--pdb` will launch the debugger where an exception has been launched The tests use recordings of exchanged HTTP data, so that we don't need real credentials and a real connection, when testing the API on minor changes. Those recordings are called cassettes, thanks to the [betamax](https://github.com/sigmavirus24/betamax) framework being in use in the test suites. When running existing tests, based on the provided cassettes, you don't need any setting. Also, if you've got a configuration in `~/.gitconfig`, the tests will use them. Anyway, you can use environment variables for those settings (environment variables will have precedence over the configuration settings): To use your own credentials, you can setup the following environment variables: * `GITHUB_NAMESPACE` (which defaults to `not_configured`) is the name of the account to use on GitHub * `GITLAB_NAMESPACE` (which defaults to `not_configured`) is the name of the account to use on GitLab * `BITBUCKET_NAMESPACE` (which defaults to `not_configured`) is the name of the account to use on Bitbucket * `PRIVATE_KEY_GITHUB` your private token you've setup on GitHub for your account * `PRIVATE_KEY_GITLAB` your private token you've setup on GitLab for your account * `PRIVATE_KEY_BITBUCKET` your private token you've setup on Bitbucket for your account ### TODO * [x] make a `git-repo fork` action * [x] make it possible to choose method (SSH or HTTPS) * [x] handle default branches properly * [x] make a nice way to push to all remotes at once * [x] refactor the code into multiple modules * [x] add regression tests (and actually find a smart way to implement them…) * [x] add travis build * [x] show a nice progress bar, while it's fetching (cf [#15](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/15)) * [ ] add support for handling gists * [x] github support * [x] gitlab support (cf [#12](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/12)) * [ ] bitbucket support (cf [#13](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/13)) * [ ] add support for handling pull requests * [x] github support * [x] gitlab support (cf [#10](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/10)) * [ ] bitbucket support (cf [#11](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/11)) * [ ] add application token support for bitbucket (cf [#14](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/14)) * [ ] add support for managing SSH keys (cf [#22](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/22)) * [ ] add support for issues? * [ ] add support for gogs (cf [#18](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/18)) * [ ] add support for gerrit (cf [#19](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/issues/19)) * [ ] do what's needed to make a nice documentation — if possible in markdown !@#$ * for more features, write an issue or, even better, a PR! # Contributors The project and original idea has been brought and is maintained by: * Bernard [@guyzmo](https://github.com/guyzmo) Pratz — [commits](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/commits?author=guyzmo) With code contributions coming from: * [@guyhughes](https://github.com/guyhughes) — [commits](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/commits?author=guyhughes) * [@buaazp](https://github.com/buaazp) — [commits](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/commits?author=buaazp) * [@peterazmanov](https://github.com/peterazmanov) — [commits](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/commits?author=peterazmanov) * [@Crazybus](https://github.com/Crazybus) — [commits](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/commits?author=Crazybus) * [@rnestler](https://github.com/rnestler) — [commits](https://github.com/guyzmo/git-repo/commits/devel?author=rnestler) ### License Copyright ©2016 Bernard `Guyzmo` Pratz <guyzmo+git-repo+pub@m0g.net> This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. See the LICENSE file for the full license. ♥