A command line utility to manage multiple git-based projects, when each one of them has a different remote repositories or possibly more then one remote repository.
If you are working with Node.js npm-workspace is the perfect companion to this utility
Experimental: use at your own risk
- Need the
gitexecutable in the PATH
- Since this program is based on Node.js, you will need to install Node.js first
- To install:
npm install -g git-workspace
Definition: We will call workspace a directory containing a set of projects.
workspace ├── prj1 ├── prj2 ├── prj3 └── workspace.json
To get started create a
workspace.json in your workspace dir. It will look like this:
"repositories":"default":"prj1": "git+ssh://example.org/example/repo1""github":"prj2": "git+ssh://example-github.org/example/repo2""prj3": "git+ssh://example-github.org/example/repo3"
Repositories are aggregated into groups (in the example above
provides the default remote repo if none is specified for a given project and is the one to be picked
when no specific group is specified in the command line.
$ cd workspace $ git-workspace clone github
Will clone the remote group
github (prj1, prj2, prj3) into the workspace. Project directories must be empty for the clone
$ cd workspace $ git-workspace push
Will push the group
default (prj1) to the remote repo.
$ cd workspace $ git-workspace pull github
Will pull the changes of the group
github (prj1, prj2, prj3) from the remote repo.