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git-pulls

Makes it easy to list and merge GitHub pull requests.

$ git pulls update
[fetches needed data for all pull requests]

$ git pulls list
Open Pull Requests for schacon/git-reference
19   10/26 0  Fix tag book link    ComputerDruid:fix-ta
18   10/21 0  Some typos fixing.   mashingan:master    

$ git pulls list --reverse
Open Pull Requests for schacon/git-reference
18   10/21 0  Some typos fixing.   mashingan:master    
19   10/26 0  Fix tag book link    ComputerDruid:fix-ta

$ git pulls show 1
> [summary]
> [diffstat]

$ git pulls show 1 --full
> [summary]
> [full diff]

$ git pulls browse 1
> go to web page (mac only)

$ git pulls merge 1
> merge pull request #1

Requirements

git-pulls assumes you're using an 'origin' remote. If you are not, simply add an 'origin' remote that points to the GitHub repository you want to check for pull requests.

Private repositories

To manage pull requests for your private repositories you have set up your git config for github

$ git config --global github.user your_gitubusername
$ git config --global github.token your_githubtoken123456789

You can find your API token on the account page.

Using git-pulls with GitHub Enterprise

If you want to use the git-pulls script with a private GitHub install, set the github.host config value to your internal host.

$ git config --global github.host github.mycompany.com

Installation

Simply install it via Rubygems:

gem install git-pulls

(Prefix with sudo if necessary)

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