git-all is a command line utility to run git command under multiple git repositories concurrently.
$ npm install -g git-all
git-all command takes any git command as its first argument and runs that command under the sub directories of current directory where the
.git directory is existed in.
Let's say you have the following files and directories:
~/Projects/ cool-examples/ .git/ funny-movies/ my-todos.txt super-express/ .git/
And if you run git-all status command under
$ cd ~/Projects $ git-all status
The command first tries to find the all git projects under
~/Projects (in the above case
super-express are the target), and executes
git status command under that directories.
Is it boring? You can do whatever you want:
$ git-all fetch $ git-all "reset HEAD --hard" $ git-all "config user.email firstname.lastname@example.org"
You can also specify the path where the command is ran as the second argument.
$ git-all status ~/Projects
Currently, if your command get prompt (for example, requires username and password), this tool doesn't work properly. As a workaround you can cache your credentials using Git's credential cache.
The following command caches your credentials locally for an hour.
$ git config --global credential.helper 'cache --timeout=3600'
$ npm test
npm-version command will bump the version and write the new data back to
package.json. It will also create a version commit and tag.
$ npm version <newversion>
The newversion argument should be semver string, usually either one of patch, minor or major.
$ npm version patch