This tool provides a cli and bitbar-plugin to check the devclose of any repository which has it defined in its description. This tool will look for a keyword in the description and interprets the devclose.
In order to activate the bitbar plugin, bitbar has to be installed. This can be installed with:
brew cask install bitbar
By calling without providing any flags, the cli will output following Strings, depending on the current devclose-status:
open: No devclose, free for development
unkown: There is no information about the devclose
unavailable: The repository is not available.
There are three flags to use:
--json: provides full devclose information in the JSON-format
--bitbar: provides the output in the bitbar-format
--help: shows help
After the devclose-checker is installed, you should see a new icon (depending on the current devclose-status) in your bar which represents the status descibed in the CLI-section:
Clicking on the icon will show you two more options:
- Open the linkt to the official repository
- Open the config file in VIM in order to change it
With the help of a configuration file which is named
is stored next to the CLI or bitbar-plugin binary in a
config-folder, the following properties are
URL of the repo api
open and close indocator strings
emojis for each status
The configuration file looks like this:
repo_api: <repo api url> (required) open_indicator: open (optional) closed_indicator: close (optional) emojis: (optional) open: ":white_check_mark:" (optional) closed: ":no_entry_sign:" (optional) unknown: ":question:" (optional) unavailable: ":boom:" (optional)
Only the URL of the Repo API is required. All other properties are optional. The example config file above shows also the default values for the optional properties.