Split a large change into smaller ones based on mandatory reviewer coverage.
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dominium

Break large changes into smaller ones based on mandatory reviewer coverage.

Install

  1. npm i -g dominium
  2. Install ripgrep

Usage

Run dominium in the root of your git repo to split up your last commit. Your commit message and branch name are used when creating new branches.

~/myGitRepo[eslint-fix]$ git commit -am "eslint --fix accross entire codebase"
~/myGitRepo[eslint-fix]$ dominium
Splitting code into 4 branches:

  [eslint-fix-1] 12 files owned by noah.sugarman, airbnb/someteam
  [eslint-fix-2] 10 files owned by bob-youruncle, amy-lobg
  [eslint-fix-3] 14 files owned by airbnb/uncles
  [eslint-fix-4] 9 files owned by no owner

Proceed? [Y/n] Y

Creating branch eslint-fix-1
Creating branch eslint-fix-2
Creating branch eslint-fix-3
Creating branch eslint-fix-4

Done
~/myGitRepo[eslint-fix]$ git log eslint-fix-1 --oneline -1
7c89b7bb5bd eslint --fix accross entire codebase 1/4

Options

--owners-file [name] name of file containing list of owners, default MANDATORY_REVIEWERS

--max-branch-files [max] max number of files per branch, default Infinity

Limitations / TODOs

  • Doesn't read file comments such as // MANDATORY_REVIEWERS noah bob.
  • Unhelpful error messages.
  • Only supports git repos.
  • Doesn't know who belongs to which team, which would allow a smarter pull request coverage algorithm.
  • Doesn't work if OWNERS file contains information other than teams and usernames.