gh-gif

NodeGH plugin for commenting on pull requests/issues using GIF reactions

GH Gif

NodeGH plugin for commenting on pull requests/issues using GIF reactions.

Maintained by Zeno Rocha and Eduardo Lundgren.

[sudo] npm install -g gh gh-gif
gh gif
OptionUsageType
-n, --numberRequiredNumber
-R, --reactionRequiredString
-c, --commentOptionalString
-b, --bestOptionalBoolean
-B, --bestofOptionalNumber
-i, --imageOptionalString
-r, --repoOptionalString
-u, --userOptionalString
  • Comment on pull request/issue #75 with a happy reaction.

gh gif 75 --reaction happy ```

You can also use --comment

```

gh gif 75 --comment "This is cool" --reaction congratulation ```

  • Comment on pull request/issue #75 of a certain repo with a surprised reaction.

gh gif 75 --reaction surprised --user node-gh --repo gh-gif ```

  • Comment on pull request/issue #75 using a certain image.

gh gif 75 --image http://media1.giphy.com/media/5DQdk5oZzNgGc/original.gif ```

  • Comment on multiple pull requests/issues at the same time.

gh gif --reaction happy --number 1 --number 2 ```

  • Comment on pull request/issue #75 with the best search result

gh gif 75 --reaction happy --best ```

  • Comment on pull request/issue #75 with a random GIF of the first three result items.

gh gif 75 --reaction happy --bestof 3 ```

Check Travis for continous integration results.

  • Run JSHint, a tool to detect errors and potential problems.

npm run-script lint ```

  • Run Mocha, a unit test framework.

npm run-script test ```

  1. Fork it!
  2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
  3. Commit your changes: git commit -m 'Add some feature'
  4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
  5. Submit a pull request :D

Check Release list.

BSD License