Twgit is a free and open source assisting tools for managing features, hotfixes and releases on Git repositories. It provides simple, high-level commands to adopt the branching model describes in our documentation (see below).
This tools is largely inspired by GitFlow, but the workflow is different.
Feel free to contribute to it if you like.
- Bash v4 (2009) and above or zsh
- Git v1.7.2 (2010) and above
- php5-cli or Python 2.x for Github, Gitlab, Jira, Redmine, Trello and Pivotal Tracker connectors (can be switched off): allow to display issue's title/subject into twgit
- Supported operating systems: Debian/Ubuntu Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X
In the directory of your choice, e.g.
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:Twenga/twgit.git . $ sudo make install
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Help on command prompt
To run the test suite locally, simply:
$ cp conf/twgit-dist.sh conf/twgit.sh # and adapt, if necessary $ cp conf/phpunit-dist.php conf/phpunit.php # and adapt, if necessary $ phpunit -c conf/phpunit-dist.xml
To show estimated code coverage (see .travis.yml):
$ tests/inc/codeCoverage.sh \ <(find $(pwd)/inc -type f -name '*.sh' && echo $(pwd)/twgit) \ <(find $(pwd) -type f -name '*Test.php')
Estimated code coverage: 33.1% (661 of 1994 lines).
Copyrights & licensing
Licensed under the Apache License 2.0. See LICENSE file for details.
See CHANGELOG file for details.