npm install gito
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run common git commands slightly faster
$ npm install -g gito
Normally a quick push means doing:
$ git add . $ git commit -m 'your commit message' $ git push
Three steps executed separately at the command line get used to accomplish one thing more often than not.
Gito is a new command line tool so we can just do:
$ gito 'your commit message'
Changes get added to the index, messaged as a commit, and pushed up with a single quick step.
Be careful with compression commits and pushes, because it's all going to happen fast now in one fell swoop.
ideas & notes about this software
Gito performs compression commits.
Visible output on the console doesn't display correctly. Would buffering stdout fix this?
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