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coworking-with

Easily add coworking signitures to your commits.

Usage

npx coworking-with <usernames>...

The script installs a commit-msg hook that will append all commit messages with Co-authored-by: USERNAME <EMAIL> for each user you have specified. This commit trailer can be picked up by tools such as GitHub.

Note that since we go through the git log history to find the signiture that the user you want to cowork with needs to have at least one commit into the repo you are working in.

Quit "coworking mode" with the --stop flag.

npx coworking-with --stop

That's pretty much it.

Enhancements

I want a indicator on my shell to tell me if I'm coworking mode or not. I do this in my fish shell by checking the coworking.coauthor key in the git config.

function _is_coworking
  echo (command git config --get-all coworking.coauthor 2> /dev/null)
end

[..]

if [ (_is_coworking) ]
  set -l git_coworking "πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’»"
  set git_info "$git_info$git_coworking"
end

This snippet just sets a little emoji on my prompt when I'm in coworking mode but your setup is going to need some different way to indicate coworking mode.

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