Makes it easy to add co-authors to your project
$ go install git-pair.go
Make sure that your
go/bin directory is in your path. You can check this by
echo $PATH. If the go directory is not there then go into your zsh or bash file and add that.
Add the following to your
PROG=pair source $PATH/to/autocomplete/bash_autocomplete
To initiate a pairing session just type:
pair add GITHUB_USERNAME GITHUB_EMAIL
To stop pairing with everyone:
To see if you are currently pairing with anyone:
This cli uses the
prepare-commit-msg git hook to append co-authors to your commit messages for you.
wip - git commit message, pairing is fun! # Added by 🍐 Co-authored-by: pairpal <firstname.lastname@example.org> # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#' will be ignored, and an empty message aborts the commit. # # Date: Tue Jun 4 17:22:45 2019 -0400 # # On branch master # Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/master'. #¬ # Changes to be committed: # new file: .gitignore¬ # modified: actions/remove.go¬ # modified: notes.md¬ # modified: readme.md # # Changes not staged for commit: # modified: readme.md