This script uses the GitHub API to get a list of all forked, mirrored, public, and private repos in your GitHub account. If the repo already exists locally, it will update it via git-pull. Otherwise, it will properly clone the repo.
It will organize your repos into the following directory structure:
+ repos \ +-- forks (public fork repos) +-- mirrors (public mirror repos) +-- private (private repos) +-- public (public repos) +-- watched (public watched repos)
Requires Ask Solem's github2 (http://pypi.python.org/pypi/github2).
Inspired by Gisty (http://github.com/swdyh/gisty).
To install ghsync, simply run:
$ pip install ghsync
The command ghsync will then be available to you from the command line. Beware, unless you set the GHSYNC_DIR environment variable, it will add all the repos to your current directory.:
$ export GHSYNC_DIR='~/repos/'
If the --upsteam argument is passed, all forked repos will have an upstream remote added, pointing to their parent repo on GitHub.
You can also selectively sync certian types of repos with --only. If you'd like to only sync forked repositories, for example:
$ ghsync --only forks
If you'd like to contribute, simply fork the repository, commit your changes to the develop branch (or branch off of it), and send a pull request.