If fugitive.vim is the Git, rhubarb.vim is the Hub. Here's the full list of features:
:GBrowsefrom fugitive.vim to open GitHub URLs.
In commit messages, GitHub issues, issue URLs, and collaborators can be omni-completed (
:help compl-omni). This makes inserting those
Closes #123remarks slightly easier than copying and pasting from the browser.
If you don't have a preferred installation method, I recommend installing pathogen.vim, and then simply copy and paste:
cd ~/.vim/bundle git clone https://github.com/tpope/vim-rhubarb.git vim -u NONE -c "helptags vim-rhubarb/doc" -c q
You'll also need fugitive.vim.
echo 'machine api.github.com login <user> password <token>' >> ~/.netrc
If you are using GitHub Enterprise, repeat this step for each domain (omit the
api. portion). You'll also need to tell Rhubarb the root URLs:
let g:github_enterprise_urls = ['https://example.com']
How do I turn off that preview window that shows the issue body?
What happened to the support for
Support was dropped partially because GitHub CLI
appears to be unseating it as the preferred GitHub command line solution, and
hub isn't quite a perfect drop-in replacement for
making life more difficult for Fugitive. My recommended solution is to call
it via a Git alias:
git config --global alias.hub '!hub'
This will let you call
hub pull-request via
:Git hub pull-request, for
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