A git auto commit and publish tool. This tool can automatically do a commit to the current repo every defined interval. If specified it can also automatically push the changes to a remote target.
`gaw -t 60 -p origin -b master`
this means that every 60s it will commit all the changes to the current repository and push the changes to origin master
$ npm install -g git-auto-work
-t, --time <n>: seconds between two commits, the default value is
300which means that a commit will happend every 5 minutes
-p, --push <r>: if present, a push will be done to the remote name specified after -p
-b, --branch <b>: to use with -p, it will define the branch to push to remote, whereas it will be master
-h, --help: output usage information
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Copyright (c) 2017 Rui Carvalho
original ideas Copyright (c) 2015 Lingyu Wang
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