A script that syncs repos for a GitHub user or organization into a folder on your computer.
As part of a GitHub organization, keeping up with new repos can be difficult. If repos are created, deleted, or renamed, the state of your local development environment falls of date.
reposync solves this by cloning all repos for a GitHub user or organization into a single folder.
If the state of repos in GitHub changes, running
reposync will clone any new repos and move any deleted repos into an archive folder.
reposync only archives local copies of a repo, and it never modifies repos that you've already cloned, so there is no risk of losing data.
Download the latest release from the releases page, extract the tar.gz, and put the binary in your path.
$ reposync -h Usage of reposync: -archivedir string Directory to move folders in dir that are not associated with a repo -dir string Directory to put folders for each repo -dryrun Set to true to print actions instead of performing them -org string GitHub organization you'd like to sync a folder with. Must specify this or user -orgrepotype string For the GitHub org, type of repos you'd like to pull. Can be all, public, private, forks, sources, member. Default is all. (default "all") -token string GitHub token to use for auth -user string GitHub user you'd like to sync a folder with. Must specify this or org -userrepoforks For the GitHub user, include forks. Default is true. (default true) -userrepotype string For the GitHub user, type of repos you'd like to pull. Can be all, owner, member. Default is all. (default "all") -version Shows version and exits