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GitUpdate Thanks

Commit and push updated files with file names as commit message

Install

go get -u github.com/nikitavoloboev/gitupdate

Usage

You can either use it by passing it a file path (with git repo) that you want to commit. i.e.

gitupdate /Users/nikivi/src/cli/gitupdate

Or if you are already in the git directory you want to commit, run:

gitupdate .

This will add all files that have changed since last commit and will include all the file names (without extension) as the commit message. Example use.

If you want to only consider top level folders for the commit message, use the --top (or -t for short) flag.

I personally find it very useful for personal repos where commits are not that important (i.e. notes/dotfiles/docs). I treat these repos as write only so there is no point in wasting time writing a commit message.

Contributing

See contribution guidelines.

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