Landing a pull request from Github can be annoying. You can follow the instructions provided by Github (pulling the code, doing a merge) but that'll result in a messy commit stream and external ticket trackers that don't automatically close tickets.
Additionally you can pull the code and squash it down into a single commit, which lets you format the commit nicely (closing tickets on external trackers) - but it fails to properly close the pull request.
Pulley is a tool that uses the best aspects of both techniques. Pull requests are pulled and merged into your project. The code is then squashed down into a single commit and nicely formatted with appropriate bug numbers and links. Finally the commit is pushed and the pull request is closed with a link to the commit.
Pulley is written using Node.js - thus you'll need to make sure that you have Node installed prior to running it.
How to use:
Start by configuring the repo and bug tracker details in the pulley.js file. Once that's complete you can run the following command:
node pulley.js PID # Where PID is the Pull Request ID
For example running the command
node pulley.js 332 on the jQuery repo yielded the following closed pull request and commit: