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A git extension to attach patches to Bugzilla.

Attach the output of git-diff to a bug in Bugzilla. Arguments passed to git-attach will be the arguments which git-diff will be invoked with. For instance, git attach master... will attach the output of git diff master.... If <range> is not given, git-attach will invoke git-diff with no arguments, resulting in the diff between the working copy and the index.

The bug number can be specified explicitly with --bug <id> or will be extracted from the current branch name (see --bug-regexp).

For options not provided on the command line, git-attach will interactively ask for user input. If --username and --password are not given, git-attach will try to read $HOME/.netrc or %HOME%\_netrc on Windows.
Only is supported at the moment.

More information about the usage can be found in the manual.


$ [sudo] npm install git-attach -g

Example use

git-attach requires at least Node.js 0.11, run with --harmony or --harmony-generators.

On Unix-like systems, if your Node.js binary is installed in /usr/bin/node, you should be able to run git-attach as follows:

git attach master...
git attach --bug 900000
git attach v1-train...bug900000-feature-branch

If this doesn't work, you can resort to invoking Node.js manually:

/usr/bin/nodejs --harmony-generators ./index.js


  • 0.0.3 (September 25, 2013)

    • pass arguments to git-diff without any modifications, also when no arguments are present (previously, master...HEAD was assumed by default which made it impossible to attach a diff between the current working copy and the index)
  • 0.0.2 (September 18, 2013)

    • query the bug for existing patches and obsolete them upon user's request
  • 0.0.1 (September 18, 2013)

    • attach the output of git-diff

Related projects

  • git-bz - written in Python, supports sending & fetching patches, filing new bugs and closing existing ones,

  • pybugzilla - written in Python, supports sending patches and fetching them, as well as submitting pull requests.