2 unstable releases
|0.2.0||Feb 24, 2022|
|0.1.0||Jan 8, 2022|
#1460 in Command line utilities
Quickly switch and manage multiple git profiles.
There are many similar tools that offer more features and look prettier than this. The main difference between them is this has zero dependencies and my focus is on reducing compile times and binary size.
The resulting binary building in
--release mode is
456K only (on my machine).
If you have rust toolchain installed, you can just do:
cargo install gprofile
Alternatively, you can download pre-build binaries from the release page to you $PATH.
Note: Resulting binary's name is
# list available profiles git profile --list # use `work` profile git profile --use=work # delete `work` profile git profile --delete=work # edit `personal` profile git profile --edit=personal
USAGE: gprofile [FLAGS] gprofile [OPTIONS] <PROFILE> FLAGS: -h, --help Prints help information -v, --version Prints version information OPTIONS: -c, --create Create a new profile -r, --remove=<PROFILE> Delete a given profile -e, --edit=<PROFILE> Edit a given profile -u, --use=<PROFILE> Set the given profile as current user name and email -l, --list List available profiles -d --dump-config Dump config path & config to stdout