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Flowchart

A very simple command line utility that tells you what to do next.

Installation

$ npm install -g flowchart

Usage

$ flowchart git-undo

The above command will help you figure out how to undo a change in Git, based on @emmajanehw's diagram.

In fact, that diagram is the original raison d'être for this app. The plan to add more like it over time.

Adding your own flowcharts

Have a look at the flowcharts/git-undo. All you have to do is add a new file to the flowcharts directory. Or create a directory under your home (~) directory called flowcharts and put files there. Or type:

$ flowchart play

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