Fuchur analyzes the status of git repositories with ease.
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npm install fuchur
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|Version||0.1.6 last updated a year ago|
|Dependencies (6)||async, colors, commander, shelljs, solar, tilde-expansion|
Too many projects? Lost the overview about the status of your git repositories? Let Fuchur help you :) - This application checks the status of all your git repositories in a specific directory and creates a detailed report for you.
Let's take a flight ...
$ npm install -g fuchur
$ fuchur init
Asks where the app should search for your git repositories.
$ fuchur analyze
Checks the status of all git repositories which lays in the directory that you have defined with the init command. This is the default command. You can also initiate the process by executing:
This is a report that will be generated by Fuchur:
Let's go. Checking all repos in ~/projects/ ... ✖ project1 ☍ branch: master + 0 file(s) added - 0 file(s) deleted ✎ 1 file(s) modified ? 0 file(s) unknown / not staged ✖ project2 ☍ branch: master + 0 file(s) added - 0 file(s) deleted ✎ 0 file(s) modified ? 0 file(s) unknown / not staged ☯ unpushed commits for origin/master? YES ✖ Don't worry ... Only 2 issue(s). Fix them and your repositories will be up to date.
I hope that you like the app. Feel free to send me feedback, questions and pull requests of course :)