pro is a command to wrangle your git repositories.
It includes features like instantly cd'ing to your git repos and getting a
status overview, and running an arbitrary command in every git repo.
Note that pro only currently works on Unix systems.
Cd'ing to your projects is harder than it should be.
There are attempts to solve this
problem using frequency and recency.
pro solves the problem by fuzzy searching only git repositories.
pd command allows you to instantly CD to any git repo by
fuzzy matching its name. It is implemented as a shell function.
You can install
pd (name configurable) by running
Once you have it you can do some pretty intense cd'ing:
pd with no arguments changes to the pro base.
Oftentimes I find myself wondering which git repositories of mine still have
uncommitted changes or unpushed commits. I could find them all and run git
status but it would be nice to get a quick overview.
pro status does this.
You can also run
pro status <repo> to show the output of
git status for a
Wouldn't it be cool if you could run a command on all your repos and see a summary of the output? Now you can!
You can do this with
pro run <command>. If you don't pass a command it will
prompt you for one.
For example, searching all your repos for ruby files:
Notice that it double checks before running so you don't accidentally run
rm -rf * on all your projects.
pro can use a base directory to narrow down its search for git repos. By default it
uses your home folder.
To set the base directory set the PRO_BASE environment variable or make a ~/.proBase file containing the path. The .proBase file can contain many lines each with a path to a folder to search. Pro will search the path in the PRO_BASE variable as well as all paths in the .proBase file. If neither exists then the home directory will be used.
Whenever you run a
pro command or
pd it will kick off a background indexing process.
This process can run anywhere from less than a second to a minuted depending on the number
of files in your pro bases.
On update the cache is invalidated and you may have to wait a while before your command finishes.
pro is bundled as a Ruby gem. To install run:
$ gem install pro
You may also want to set your Pro Base. See the above section.
pro is a command to help you manage your git repositories. Base Directory ========== pro works from a base directory for efficiency. This is the folder that contains all your other git repositories; they don't have to be at the base level, just somewhere down the tree. To set the base directory set the PRO_BASE environment variable or make a ~/.proBase file containing the path. The .proBase file can contain many lines each with a path to a folder to search. Pro will search the path in the PRO_BASE variable as well as all paths in the .proBase file. If neither exists then the home directory will be used. Commands =============== pro search <query> - prints path of git repo that matches query. pro status - prints a list of all repos with uncommitted or unpushed changes. pro status <name> - prints the output of 'git status' on the repo. pro run - prompts for a command to run in all git repos. pro run <command> - runs the given command in all git repos. pro list - prints the paths to all repos. Intended for scripting. pro bases - prints the paths to all bases. Intended for scripting. pro install - Install the pro cd command. cd to a directory by fuzzy git repo matching. pro help - display help CD Command ============ You can use the 'pro install' command to install a wrapper shell function that allows you to cd to git repositories in your Pro Base wherever you are based on fuzzy matching. Just running 'pd' cd's to the pro base. Example: ~/randomFolder/ $ pd pro pro/ $ pwd /Users/tristan/Box/Dev/Projects/pro pro/ $ pd Dev/ $ pwd /Users/tristan/Box/Dev
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request