Skip to content
CLI tool written in GO that allows to switch the typist in a remote mob programming session quickly with git and a remote branch.
Branch: master
Clone or download
Latest commit 18deafb May 8, 2019
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
.gitignore Initial import Sep 21, 2018
README.md Update README.md May 7, 2019
install Provide info when installed Apr 17, 2019
logo.svg Add logo Apr 18, 2019
mob.go Try to guess next person Apr 17, 2019
update Show changes on 'mob done' as well. Apr 17, 2019

README.md

Tool for Remote Mob Programming

mob Logo

Swift handover for remote mobs using git. mob is a CLI tool written in GO. It keeps your master branch clean and creates WIP commits on mob-session branch.

How to use it?

# simon begins the mob session as typist
simon$ mob start 10
# WORK
# after 10 minutes...
simon$ mob next
# carola takes over as the second typist
carola$ mob start 10
# WORK
# after 10 minutes...
carola$ mob next
simon$ mob start 10
# WORK
# After 6 minutes the work is done.
simon$ mob done
simon$ git commit --message "describe what the mob session was all about"

How does it work?

  • mob start 10 creates branch mob-session and pulls from origin/mob-session, and creates a ten minute timer

  • mob next pushes all changes to origin/mob-sessionin a WIP [ci-skip] commit

  • mob done squashes all changes in mob-session into staging of master and removes mob-session and origin/mob-session

  • mob status display the mob session status and all the created WIP commits

  • mob reset deletes mob-session and origin/mob-session

How does it really work?

$ MOB_DEBUG=true mob start

Prints out any git commands and their results.

How to install

$ brew install golang
$ git clone https://github.com/simonharrer/mob
$ cd mob
$ ./install
# Now, you can use the mob tool from anywhere directory in the terminal

On linux systems you need the GNUstep speech engine to get the timer running.

On Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get install gnustep-gui-runtime

How to contribute

Create a pull request.

Credits

Logo designed by Sonja Scheungrab.

You can’t perform that action at this time.