Jun 302007

Starting with the discontinuation of cogito, i began to wonder about my future git usage patterns. On the one hand, i have become quite used to the convenience of some of the cogito commands, on the other hand i found myself using or looking up git commands every other day. Since the discontinuation, cogito cannot be expected to remedy those work-flow interruptions any time soon, so i actually started to cook up my own small set of convenience wrappers. I’m adding those on demand whenever i need a new source repository command, and i try hard to keep it simple, avoid giving the wrappers any options and keep an eye on them being very shell-completion friendly.

The GPLv3 licensed result is a single shell script plus a handful links for invocation: yyhelp.

For the curious, the prefix ‘yy’ was chosen to allow conflict free shell completion. I’ll quote the yyhelp information here, so people can decide if it’s interesting for them and also get to see the installation instructions. I’m not entirely sure where to take this shallow wrapper in the future, however keeping it simple is really the main incentive behind it. Any deeper logic required should rather be filed as git-core requests. If you want to talk to me about YummiYummiGit, drop me a line via email, or try #git on irc.freenode.net:6667.

	YummiYummiGit                                                     YummiYummiGit

		YummiYummiGit - The simplest git wrapper ever, yet convenient

		yyadd          [FILES...] - add files to git repository
		yybranch    [-f]  - add branch (forcable)
		yybranchdel [-f]  - delete branch (forcable)
		yyChangeLog               - show git log in ChangeLog style
		yycommit       [FILES...] - commit current working tree
		yydiff         [FILES...] - show committable differences in working tree
		yygc                      - repack and prune repository
		yyhelp                    - display yy* help information
		yylsbranches              - list branches
		yylstags                  - list tags
		yypull                    - pull upstream sources
		yypushpull                - push & pull upstream sources
		yyremove       [FILES...] - remove files from git repository
		yyreset                   - reset (revert to HEAD) all files in the tree
		yyrestore      [FILES...] - forcefully recheckout specific files
		yystatus                  - display working tree status
		yytag                - add tag
		yytagdel             - delete tag
		yyuncommit                - undo the last commit (must be unpushed)
		yyview                    - browse & navigate the history
		yywarp            - checkout new branch

		YummiYummiGit was created as a very shallow wrapper around git-* tool
		option variants, to simplify common cases.
		Depending on programming habits, YummiYummiGit may or may not suit your
		daily needs. It is in any case not meant as a full replacement for the
		git interface (there is e.g. no yyclone) and subject to change.

		To install YummiYummiGit, copy yyhelp into a bin/ directory from $PATH
		and invoke: ./yyhelp --create-aliases

	YummiYummiGit-0.4                                                 YummiYummiGit

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