Any `github` gem commands not recognized will 'fall through' to `git`. For example: $ github commit -a -m 'my commit!' is equivalent to $ git commit -a -m 'my commit!'
you can actually use this with rails now
…unkt/master Conflicts: commands/commands.rb lib/github/command.rb spec/command_spec.rb
Several differences across platforms makes STDOUT and STDERR behave different. Replaced constant with global version to properly redirect the output during specs execution.
uses git-cherry now so it can ignore rebases and cherry-picks updated the unit tests to run properly
These changes ensures that the branch actually exists on the remote repository and that the locally created branch is a pristine copy of the remote branch.
Created specs for new fetch function, heeded to KBallards advice of changes.