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cody

Code repository management

CircleCI

What is Cody?

Cody is a command line utilitity program that helps get various git projects organized and easy to find. The code.d directory in your home folder contains the git urls and acts as an index for your projects.

# ~/.code.d/github.com
git@github.com:alexjpaz/cody.git

Cody can then run various tasks for these repositories

  • pull [pattern] - pull down all matching repositories
  • search [pattern] - find the directory the repository is in (see shell integration
  • open [pattern] - open the git repository in the browser (useful for github.com repositories)

Installation

yarn global add cody

You will need to add some git repo urls to the ~/.code.d directory.

mkdir -o ~/.code.d/
echo "git@github.com:alexjpaz/cody.git" >> ~/.code.d/github.com

Usage

Pull all repositories

cody pull

Search for a repository and print the directory

cody cody

Shell Integration

In order to get the benefit of some features in cody you will need to copy the following into your shell configuration

Bash

function cody_cd() {
    $(npm bin cody)
    cd $(cat /tmp/cody_result)
}

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