A simple, configurable Git wrapper.
Git it? Got it. Good!
- Clone this repository to your machine. It doesn't really matter where you keep it, as long as it
will be accessible to you. Let's say you cloned it to
- Add an alias to your shell config (e.g.,
~/.bashrc) so that Got will be invoked whenever you use Git:
mkdir ~/apps && cd ~/apps git clone https://github.com/cfree3/got.git echo 'alias git="~/apps/got/got"' >> ~/.zshrc
The alias is completely optional. You can run
got directly if you'd prefer.
Besides a BASH-like
/bin/sh, the only dependency is Git itself.
git should be on your
Got is configured using the standard Git configuration mechanism. You can set these options globally
git config --global) or locally (
git config). Check out
git help config for more details
on command syntax.
All Got configuration options are namespaced as
got.*. Typical Git configuration options are
x.y); but Got configuration options go one step further:
got.x.y. This allows for
options to be namespaced within the
In your configuration file, this will look like the following:
[got "x"] y = value
git log will display a graph by default (the opposite of Git's normal behavior). All
other values are ignored.
Got is released under the MIT license (see
I give no assurance of this utility's security, and I do not guarantee that it will not zap your computer and fry your homedir. Use at your own risk.