repostatus to markdown
Create an overview of your repos statuses by parsing repostatus badges into a single markdown file listing all your repos.
$ npm install -g repostatus2md
By default the resulting markdown will be printed to the commandline. This allows to chain rs2md together with other tools. Or you can just save it to a file.
$ rs2dm -t [your token here] > repos.md
rs2dm assumes that you have the status badges in a readme file which live in the top level of your repository. Otherwise a project will be classified as not having a status. In this we do not follow the standard, ignoring
Usage: rs2md [options] Create a markdown overview of your repos statuses. Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -t, --token <token> GitHub access token. -u, --username <username> GitHub username. -p, --password <password> GitHub password. --include-forks Include forked repositories. --headline-depth <"##"> What typ of headline to use in the markdown.
You need to authenticate with GitHub. You can either enter your username and password or generate a token.
Visit /settings/token to generate a new access token. Make sure it has access to your public repos. Copy it when you see it as you will only get to see it once.