Tada is a git client that supports multiple git repositories simultaneously. You can fetch patches from all repositories, or push branches in one step.
Tada has a Consoloid user interface, so it's like a console/terminal/shell but you can use a natural language, like English (see this video). If you know the concept of git, you can use tada without any further learning. For example, type "Fetch patches" to fetch patches. Consoloid can also autocomplete the meaning of partial sentences, so if you type slowly, just type "fe pa" to (yes you've guessed it) fetch patches.
Tada is under development. Only a subset of git functionality is supported by tada itself. Until commiting and viewing version tree is possible, it depends on "git gui" and "gitk".
Install tada globally:
sudo npm install -g tada
Enter the project root directory that holds all your git repositories and run:
That will search for git repositories under the project root and adds them to .tada/project.conf file.
To start tada simply run it from the project root and open the link in the browser:
- tada server will start in the background. Run
tada stopin the project root whenever you wish to stop it.
- Tada guide - the guide for new users
By default, tada collects usage statistics which includes executed commands/sentences without argument values. Our goal is to better understand user requirements and usage habits and consider collected data when selecting features to develop. If you do not wish your tada to collect stats, disable the feature by editing your project config as described here.
For help and discussion you can find us:
- IRC (freenode): #consoloid-tada
- Google Groups: http://groups.google.com/group/consoloid-tada (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- tada does not support Windows yet. It should work on any Linux based OS.
Tada can be extended with new commands. Look for help at #consoloid-tada IRC channel.