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What is Flattr?
Flattr is a social microdonation service that makes it a breeze to donate to open source projects, music artists, podcaster and blogger. You can read more about it on http://flattr.com.
But why git and Flattr?
I play around with open source a great deal and most of the projects are available on github. So I made a command line tool where you can easily flattr the currently checked out repo.
git flattr is distributed as a Ruby Gem.
gem install git-flattr
This will make the command
git flattr available. For futher help run
git flattr help
You can both flattr repositories and individual commits.
Flattr a repository
When you are in a directory with a git GitHub repository you can easily flattr the repository.
git flattr repo
Flattr a commit
When you are in a directory with a git GitHub repository you can easily flattr a commit. You need the commit sha1, to view history run
git log. Then copy the sha1 of the commit you would like to flattr and run this command.
git flattr commit [sha1]
Want to know more?
If you wan't to know more about the commands check out the help.
Copyright (c) 2012 Simon Gate. See LICENSE for details.