A git porcelain for changing
user.email so you can commit as
more than one author.
Install the gem:
gem install mynewsdesk-git-pair
And here's how to use it!
$ git pair General Syntax: git pair [reset | authors | options] Options: -a, --add AUTHOR Add an author. Format: "Author Name <email@example.com>" -r, --remove NAME Remove an author. Use the full name. -d, --reset Reset current author to default (global) config --pattern PATTERN Set email pattern. Example: "dev+%name+%name@%domain" %name - First name %last - Last name %abbr - Abbreviation %domain - Use domain from global config --remove-pattern Reset the current email pattern to default. Switching authors: git pair aa [bb] Where AA and BB are any initials or first/last name of an author. You can specify one or more authors. Current config: Author list: Adam McCrea Jon Distad Current author: Jon Distad + Adam McCrea Current email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How does it work?
The list of authors is maintained in the global git configuration file. The current author is set in the git configuration local to the project. The email address for a pair is generated using the default email address from the global configuration along with the developer abbreviations.
About this version
This was forked from http://github.com/mynewsdesk/git-pair, which its turn was forked from http://github.com/chrisk/git-pair. Many thanks to Chris Kampmeier for the original version. Jon Distad and Ehren Murdick's version added the --reset option and did a great job refactoring the code.
We updated the gem to depend on Bundler rather than Jeweler and added the option to configure how the pair's email address is generated since the hardcoded one didn't adopt to the one we got by using Hitch.
Copyright (c) 2009 Chris Kampmeier. See
LICENSE for details.