Manage your watched GitHub repositories per script
When participanting in large organisations on GitHub and watching all repositories it's getting noisy. Although the watched repositories are configurable it is time consuming to configure hundreds of repositories.
The github-watchlist script lets you configure your watched repositories with patterns. It can easily be set up as a cronjob once you have figured out a good configuration.
Install with zc.buildout:
$ git clone git://github.com/jone/github-watchlist $ cd github-watchlist $ python bootstrap.py $ bin/buildout
Use bin/initialize to automatically create and configure a GitHub OAuth token:
bin/initialize creates a config.ini file, containing your login / oAuth token and your watch configuration. Edit the config.ini to configure which repositories to watch.
[watchlist] github-login = jone github-oauth-token = 51dc30ddc473d43a6011e9ebba6ca770 watchlist = watching: collective/collective.dexteritytextindexer not-watching: collective/.* watching: jone/.*
Then run the bin/update-watchlist script.
The watchlist in the config.ini is processed from top-down. Each line has subscription type (watching or not-watching), followed by colon, followed by a regular expression matching one or many repository names (principal/repository-name).
- You receive notifications for all discussions in this repository.
- You only receive notifications for discussions in which you participate or are @mentioned.
Matching repositories with regular expressions
See the python Regular expressions documentation for details about the regular expression matching.
Processing the watchlist
The watchlist is processed top-down. Once a repository is matched it will not be matched by a later expression. Therefore the specific expressions (such as an explicit repository name) should be at the top while more generic expressions (such as collective/.*) should be at the bottom.
Witch repositories are processed?
All your repositories and all repositories of organisations you participate in are manageable with this script.
Repositories where you do not participate are not manageable with this script, the subscription for those repositories is not changed.
The bin/update-watchlist script gives applies your configuration to your repositories and your current watches and shows a summary of changes you need to confirm:
$ ./bin/update-watchlist --help usage: update-watchlist [-h] [-c CONFIGFILE] [-l LOGFILE] [-C] Setup github watchlist. optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -c CONFIGFILE, --configfile CONFIGFILE Path to the config file (Default: /Users/jone/projects/packages/github- watchlist/config.ini) -l LOGFILE, --log LOGFILE Write changed subscriptions into a logfile. -C, --confirmed Update the subscriptions without user confirmation. This is useful when running as cronjob.
$ ./bin/update-watchlist NO SUBSCRIPTION CHANGES: - keep not watching: collective/ArchGenXML - keep watching: jone/github-watchlist SUBSCRIPTION CHANGES: - add subscription: 4teamwork/ftw.lawgiver - remove subscription: collective/collective.dancing SUMMARY: - Keep watching: 1 - Keep not watching: 1 - Start watching: 1 - Stop watching: 1 Continue updating subscriptions? [Yes/No]: yes INFO create subscription: 4teamwork/ftw.lawgiver INFO delete subscription: plone/collective.dancing
Using the --confirmed option you can disable the confirmation prompt so that it can be hooked up with a cronjob.
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