18 unstable releases (3 breaking)
✓ Uses Rust 2018 edition
|0.4.1||Nov 24, 2019|
|0.4.0||Nov 24, 2019|
|0.3.0||Nov 23, 2019|
|0.2.2||Nov 6, 2019|
|0.1.0||Aug 24, 2019|
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If your company has a large number of repositories and your work involves jumping between a lot of them, then
git-workspace can save you some time by:
- Easily synchronizing your projects directory with Github, Gitlab.com or Gitlab self-hosted 🔧
- Keep projects consistently named and under the correct path 📁
- Automatically set upstreams for forks ⚡️
- Move deleted repositories to an archive directory 💾
- Allowing you to access any repository instantly :shipit:
git fetchon all projects in parallel :godmode:
This may sound useless, but the "log into your git provider, browse to the project, copy the clone URL, devise a suitable path to clone it" dance can be a big slowdown. The only obvious solution here is to spend more time than you'll ever spend doing this in your whole life on writing a tool in Rust to do it for you.
- Install 💿
- Usage 🎷
- Switch projects 🔁
- Contributing 🐛
brew tap orf/brew, then
brew install git-workspace
Download the latest release from the github releases page. Extract it
and move it to a directory on your
Don't do this, it's pretty slow:
cargo install git-workspace
Git is really annoying and hijacks the
--help flag for subcommands. So to get help use
git-workspace --help, not
git workspace --help.
A workspace is the directory that
git-workspace will manage for you, filling it with projects cloned from your providers. To configure this just set a
GIT_WORKSPACE environment variable that points to an empty directory. For example:
Both Github and Gitlab require personal access tokens to access their GraphQL endpoints. Create an access token here:
Github: https://github.com/settings/tokens (Just the
Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/profile/personal_access_tokens (Just the
Export these tokens as
GITLAB_TOKEN in your shell.
You can use
git workspace add to quickly add entries to your
Clone all github repositories for a user or org
git workspace add github [USER OR ORG NAME]
Clone a namespace or user from Gitlab:
git workspace add gitlab gitlab-ce/gitlab-services
Clone from a self-hosted gitlab instance:
git workspace add gitlab my-company-group --url=https://internal-gitlab.company.com
git workspace update will:
- Fetch all repositories from your providers
- Clone any new repositories that are not present locally
- Move any deleted repositories to
git workspace fetch will run
git fetch on all projects.
git workspace list will output the names of all your projects. You can integrate this with whatever tool you wish to provide a way to quickly search for and select repositories.
Fish, with fzf
The following fish shell snippet gives you a
open-project [search-string] command you can use to search for and open projects. It combines the
git workspace list command with
fzf, and opens the project path with your
# ~/.config/fish/functions/open-project.fish function open-project -d "Open a project" set filter "$argv" set chosen_project (git workspace list | fzf -q "$filter") if string length -q -- $chosen_project $EDITOR $GIT_WORKSPACE/$chosen_project pushd $GIT_WORKSPACE/$chosen_project end end
This is my first 'proper' Rust project. If you're experienced with Rust you might puke at the code, but any feedback to help me improve would be greatly appreciated!
If you want to contribute then just go for it.
cargo install should get you ready to go. Be warned: there are currently no tests 💣. I run integration tests with Github Actions, but that's about it. It's on my to-do list, I promise ™️.