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gh-watchmyself

gh-watchmyself

Produces a summary of which of your modules you're watching and not, optionally watching them automatically for you.

I got tired of missing issues from my repos simply because I'd forgotten to watch it after I'd created it. I made this tool to audit and fix this problem.

Install

npm i -g gh-watchmyself

Usage

gh-watchmyself [--admin] [--pull] [--push] [--owner] [--public] [--unforked] [--forked] [--watch] [--unwatch]

--admin: include only repos with admin permission.

--pull: include only repos with pull permission.

--push: include only repos with push permission.

--owner: include only repos where you're the owner.

--public: include only public repos.

--forked: include only forked repos.

--unforked: include only unforked repos.

--watch: subscribe to any repos listed that aren't currently being watched.

--unwatch: subscribe to any repos listed that aren't currently being watched.

Example usage

Recommended Use

The following command will make sure that you're watching all of your own repos that are public and unforked.

gh-watchmyself --owner --public --unforked --watch


Licensed MIT, Copyright 2015 Nathanael C. Fritz