treeeater-dustyburwell

using git with focus on fun or something like that!

npm install treeeater-dustyburwell
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treeeater

  • trees are a treat for treeeater
  • use it to call git commands in Node
  • it is written in CoffeeScript and is heavily using its sweet syntactic sugar
  • http://flattr.com - yes, you can give me money :P

principle

  • an asynchronous wrapper around git spawning commands
  • use git help to find out how to get things done
  • specify command line options in an readable and easy way in Coffee Script
  • some output is being parsed into objects which actually make some sense!

usage in Coffee Script

  • provide a callback to get the whole output

    git.version console.log
    # git version 1.7.5.2
    
  • or listen on item or data events to get it line-, item- or chunkwise

    n = 0
    buffer = git.log()
    buffer.on 'item', (line) -> console.log "#{n += 1}:", line
    
    buffer = git.cat 'package.json', 'HEAD^'
    file = fs.createWriteStream("package.json.bak")
    file.on 'open', -> buffer.pipe file
    
  • put command line arguments as key: value pairs or strings into your call

    Git = require 'treeeater'
    # an option on construction is default for all calls
    git = new Git cwd: 'parrot'
    # ~/parrot$ git log -1 --pretty=raw HEAD^^
    log = git.log 1:null, pretty:'raw', 'HEAD^^'
    log.on 'item', do_something_with_it
    # change current working directory, which must exist
    git.opts.cwd = 'dead'
    # git init --bare -L .
    git.init bare:null, L:'.'
    
  • some functions are not named after git commands and provide some parsed output

    n = 0
    commits = git.commits()
    commits.on 'item', (commit) ->
        if my_email is commit.author.email
            n += 1
    commits.on 'close', ->
        console.log "I've authored #{n} commits!"
    
    git.tree 'HEAD', (trees) ->
        coffee = []
        tree = git.tree_hierachy(trees)
        for stuff in tree
            if stuff.type == 'tree'
                for more_stuff in stuff
                    if '.coffee' in more_stuff.path
                        coffee.push more_stuff
        console.log "#{coffe.length} coffee files in level 1 subfolders"
    
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