A small CLI tool to infer the clone URL by the current path and arguments.
There are now two versions. One is in Python, one is in D. If you're a static-typed guy, follow the instructions below. But if you have Python, just run
pip install cbp and continue to the next section, Usage.
Linux, place the
cbp file in
/usr/bin/ and make it executable with
sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/cbp.
cbp.exe somewhere and expose its location to your system PATH environment variable.
The best way to understand how this works is to read the source code. It can be a little confusing otherwise.
cbp <repo> [args...]
CBP assumes that each repository URL is three parts. The domain, the author, and the repository name.
It is also assumed that these are delimited by a forward-slash (
/). All arguments after the
<repo> position are passed as arguments to the subsequent
git clone command.
There are several examples to help you understand how the command works. Pay attention to the current working directory, the generated clone command, and the directory to clone into.
spikespaz@jacob-linux:~$ cbp github.com/spikespaz/clone-by-path > git clone https://github.com/spikespaz/clone-by-path.git github.com/spikespaz/clone-by-path Cloning into 'github.com/spikespaz/clone-by-path'... ...
spikespaz@jacob-windows:~/github.com$ cbp spikespaz/clone-by-path > git clone https://github.com/spikespaz/clone-by-path.git spikespaz/clone-by-path Cloning into 'spikespaz/clone-by-path'... ...
spikespaz@jacob-windows:~/github.com/spikespaz$ cbp clone-by-path > git clone https://github.com/spikespaz/clone-by-path.git clone-by-path Cloning into 'clone-by-path'... ...
spikespaz@jacob-windows:~/github.com/spikespaz/clone-by-path$ cbp . > git clone https://github.com/spikespaz/clone-by-path.git . Cloning into '.'... ...
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