A shell script for easily accessing gitignore boilerplates from github.com/github/gitignore
$ gibo Python TextMate >> .gitignore
For additional usage instructions, run
gibo without arguments.
gibo and put it somewhere on your $PATH. Then:
chmod +x /path/to/gibo # Make gibo executable gibo -u # Initialise gibo
You can automate this with the following one-liner (assuming /usr/local/bin is on your $PATH).
curl http://git.io/gibo -sLo /usr/local/bin/gibo && chmod +x /usr/local/bin/gibo && gibo -u
Tab completion in bash and zsh
bash and zsh users can enjoy the deluxe gibo experience by enabling tab completion of available boilerplate names.
gibo-completion.bash into a
or copy it somewhere (e.g. ~/.gibo-completion.bash) and put the following in your .bashrc:
gibo-completion.zsh somewhere (e.g. ~/.gibo-completion.zsh)
and put the following in your .zshrc:
gibo was written by Simon Whitaker (@s1mn)
Thanks to yevgenko for adding the curl-based installation instructions.