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apache-git-commit-hooks a scraper for apache git web frontend to enable git commit hooks. git commit hooks would do the job too but eh, cant do that at apache.

auto_npm Automatically update NPM packages and Git tags

bumpitup Bump your package version and commit

commit Some git automation

commitplease Validates strings as commit messages

committed This library can be used to create mongodb transactions that are Atomic, Isolated and Durable. If you're using mongo you already know its not ACID compliant. This library doesn't magically change that. However, used carefully it can help you hit some comm

git-at-me Yet another GitHub webhook thingy

git-commit-info Simple utility that allows to get the latest commit info

git-export-file Export (from a git repo) a particular revision of the specified file(s). Defaults to the last revision in which each file was changed.

git-history stream git history

git-interface some interfaces for work with git repository

git-object-commit parse and create git commit objects

git-walk-refs create a readable stream of git commits

gitinfojs Get information about the git respository your Node program is running from

gitme A command line tool to see your git commits across multiple projects

gitscrape Tool for building advanced searches of your git history.

gitw Git GUI desktop app that shows real-time diff file information for working directory and index

grunt-commit-message-verify Verifies that the HEAD Git commit conforms to imposed length & regex restrictions

level-transaction Transactions, commits and rollbacks for leveldb/levelup databases.

node-bemis A simple transaction manager for Node.js

pushup copy files to S3

released A module that helps release your code in one command. Bump version number, commit, push and tag your code.

showf show filenames of changed files in latest commit

teamcity-github-status GitHub commit status from TeamCity

untested Orders tests for a source code change based on code coverage analysis.

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