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Show HN: Autogit – automatically execute commands across multiple Git repos (github.com)
7 points by fabiospampinato 13 days ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 2 comments





I've been looking for a tool like this and ended up using simple bash aliases:

  # Git
  git4all() {
    find . -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 3 -type d -name '.git' -prune -exec sh -c 'echo ${0%?????}; git -C ${0%?????} $1' {} "$1" \;
  }
  
  alias push-all='git4all "push" \;'
  alias pull-all='git4all "pull --ff-only --all" \;'
  alias fetch-all='git4all "fetch --all" \;'
  alias status-all='git4all "status -s" \;'
However, I really like Autogit's advanced features and will certainly look into it :)

I'm glad you find it useful :)

This is just the initial release, as I'm using it more myself I'll refine it further.




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