GITME: did you did your 'git commit' today ?
gitme recursively parses your home directory and analyse the result of
git status on each directory containing
.git. It warns you when a directory needs a
git commit and give a list of the untracked files. Proposes you to add them in
A small graphical interface is written in Qt.
Installation and compilation
git clone https://github.com/LaurentClaessens/gitme
What it does
A list of directories that are not clean git repository (untracked or modified files) is displayed. Clicking on one of them opens a dialog window that helps you to
- add files in .gitignore
- track files
- make a 'git commit -a'
- see git diff
Very basic graphical interface
Here is an example of the main window listing the forgotten directories awaiting for some love :
Here is the window helping with git in the repository
gitme. You see that
README.md is modified and that there are new files that I can add to
.gitignore or track.
We can also
- automatically add to
.gitignorefiles corresponding to Vim, LaTeX, C++ or Python.
- see the
- open a terminal