gulp-git

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    gulp-git

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    Packagegulp-git
    Description Git plugin for gulp (gulpjs.com)
    Node Version >= 0.9
    Gulp Version 3.x

    Usage

    Install

    npm install gulp-git --save
    

    0.4.0 introduced Breaking Changes!

    Git actions which did not require a Vinyl file were refactored. Please review the following docs for changes:

    Example

    var gulp = require('gulp');
    var git = require('gulp-git');
     
    // Run git init
    // src is the root folder for git to initialize
    gulp.task('init', function(){
      git.init(function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git init with options
    gulp.task('init', function(){
      git.init({args: '--quiet --bare'}, function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git add
    // src is the file(s) to add (or ./*)
    gulp.task('add', function(){
      return gulp.src('./git-test/*')
        .pipe(git.add());
    });
     
    // Run git add with options
    gulp.task('add', function(){
      return gulp.src('./git-test/*')
        .pipe(git.add({args: '-f -i -p'}));
    });
     
    // Run git commit
    // src are the files to commit (or ./*)
    gulp.task('commit', function(){
      return gulp.src('./git-test/*')
        .pipe(git.commit('initial commit'));
    });
     
    // Run git commit with a computed commit message
    gulp.task('commit', function(){
      let newVersion;
      function computeNewVersion() { newVersion = /* ... */ }
      return gulp.src('./git-test/*')
        .pipe(computeNewVersion())
        .pipe(git.commit(() => `Bumps to version ${newVersion}`));
    });
     
    // Run git commit with options
    gulp.task('commit', function(){
      return gulp.src('./git-test/*')
        .pipe(git.commit('initial commit', {args: '-A --amend -s'}));
    });
     
    // Run git commit without checking for a message using raw arguments
    gulp.task('commit', function(){
      return gulp.src('./git-test/*')
        .pipe(git.commit(undefined, {
          args: '-m "initial commit"',
          disableMessageRequirement: true
        }));
    });
     
    // Run git commit without appending a path to the commits
    gulp.task('commit', function(){
      return gulp.src('./git-test/*')
        .pipe(git.commit('initial commit', {
          disableAppendPaths: true
        }));
    });
     
    // Run git commit, passing multiple messages as if calling
    // git commit -m "initial commit" -m "additional message"
    gulp.task('commit', function(){
      return gulp.src('./git-test/*')
        .pipe(git.commit(['initial commit', 'additional message']));
    });
     
    // Run git commit, emiting 'data' event during progress
    // This is useful when you have long running githooks
    // and want to show progress to your users on screen
    gulp.task('commit', function(){
      return gulp.src('./git-test/*')
        .pipe(git.commit('initial commit', {emitData:true}))
        .on('data',function(data) {
          console.log(data);
        });
    });
     
    // Run git remote add
    // remote is the remote repo
    // repo is the https url of the repo
    gulp.task('addremote', function(){
      git.addRemote('origin', 'https://github.com/stevelacy/git-test', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git remote remove
    // remote is the remote repo
    gulp.task('removeremote', function(){
      git.removeRemote('origin', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git push
    // remote is the remote repo
    // branch is the remote branch to push to
    gulp.task('push', function(){
      git.push('origin', 'master', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git push
    // branch is the current branch & remote branch to push to
    gulp.task('push', function(){
      git.push('origin', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git push with options
    // branch is the remote branch to push to
    gulp.task('push', function(){
      git.push('origin', 'master', {args: " -f"}, function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git push with multiple branches and tags
    gulp.task('push', function(){
      git.push('origin', ['master', 'develop'], {args: " --tags"}, function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git pull
    // remote is the remote repo
    // branch is the remote branch to pull from
    gulp.task('pull', function(){
      git.pull('origin', 'master', {args: '--rebase'}, function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git pull from multiple branches
    gulp.task('pull', function(){
      git.pull('origin', ['master', 'develop'], function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git fetch
    // Fetch refs from all remotes
    gulp.task('fetch', function(){
      git.fetch('', '', {args: '--all'}, function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Run git fetch
    // Fetch refs from origin
    gulp.task('fetch', function(){
      git.fetch('origin', '', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Clone a remote repo
    gulp.task('clone', function(){
      git.clone('https://github.com/stevelacy/gulp-git', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Clone remote repo to sub folder ($CWD/sub/folder/git-test)
    gulp.task('clonesub', function() {
      git.clone('https://github.com/stevelacy/git-test', {args: './sub/folder'}, function(err) {
        // handle err
      });
    });
     
    // Tag the repo with a version
    gulp.task('tag', function(){
      git.tag('v1.1.1', 'Version message', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Tag the repo with a version and empty message
    gulp.task('tag', function(){
      git.tag('v1.1.1', '', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Tag the repo With signed key
    gulp.task('tagsec', function(){
      git.tag('v1.1.1', 'Version message with signed key', {signed: true}, function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Create a git branch
    gulp.task('branch', function(){
      git.branch('newBranch', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Checkout a git branch
    gulp.task('checkout', function(){
      git.checkout('branchName', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Create and switch to a git branch
    gulp.task('checkout', function(){
      git.checkout('branchName', {args:'-b'}, function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Merge branches to master
    gulp.task('merge', function(){
      git.merge('branchName', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Reset a commit
    gulp.task('reset', function(){
      git.reset('SHA', function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Show the formatted git diff
    gulp.task('diff', function(){
      gulp.src('./*')
        .pipe(git.diff('master', {log: true}))
        .pipe(gulp.dest('./diff.out'));
    });
     
    // Git rm a file or folder
    gulp.task('rm', function(){
      return gulp.src('./gruntfile.js')
        .pipe(git.rm());
    });
     
    gulp.task('addSubmodule', function(){
      git.addSubmodule('https://github.com/stevelacy/git-test', 'git-test', { args: '-b master'});
    });
     
    gulp.task('updateSubmodules', function(){
      git.updateSubmodule({ args: '--init' });
    });
     
    // Working tree status
    gulp.task('status', function(){
      git.status({args: '--porcelain'}, function (err, stdout) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Other actions that do not require a Vinyl
    gulp.task('log', function(){
      git.exec({args : 'log --follow index.js'}, function (err, stdout) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Git clean files
    gulp.task('clean', function() {
      git.clean({ args: '-f' }, function (err) {
        if(err) throw err;
      });
    });
     
    // Get the current branch name
     
    git.revParse({args:'--abbrev-ref HEAD'}, function (err, branch) {
      console.log('current git branch: ' + branch);
    });
     
    // Run gulp's default task
    gulp.task('default',['add']);

    API

    git.init(opt, cb)

    git init

    Creates an empty git repo

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.init({args:'options'}, function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.clone(remote, opt, cb)

    git clone <remote> <options>

    Clones a remote repo for the first time

    remote: String, remote url

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.clone('https://remote.git', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    A desination folder or subfolder can be set with args: '<destination>'

    git.clone('https://remote.git', {args: './sub/folder'}, function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });
    

    git.add(opt)

    git add <files>

    Adds files to repo

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    gulp.src('./*')
      .pipe(git.add());
    });

    git.commit(message, opt)

    git commit -m <message> <files>

    Commits changes to repo

    message: String or array of strings, commit message

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', maxBuffer: 200 * 1024, quiet: true, disableMessageRequirement: false, disableAppendPaths: false, multiline: false}

    gulp.src('./*')
      .pipe(git.commit('commit message'));
    });

    git.addRemote(remote, url, opt, cb)

    git remote add <remote> <repo https url>

    Adds remote repo url

    remote: String, name of remote, default: origin

    url: String, url of remote

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.addRemote('origin', 'git-repo-url', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.removeRemote(remote, opt, cb)

    git remote remove <remote>

    Removes remote repo

    remote: String, name of remote

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.removeRemote('origin', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.fetch(remote, branch, opt, cb)

    git fetch <remote> <branch>

    Fetches refs and objects from remote repo

    remote: String, name of remote, default: origin

    branch: String, branch, default: ``

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.fetch('origin', '', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.pull(remote, branch, opt, cb)

    git pull <remote> <branch>

    Pulls changes from remote repo

    remote: String, name of remote, default: undefined

    branch: String || Array, branch, default: undefined

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.pull('origin', 'master', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });
     
    // without any remote or branches
    git.pull(function(err){
      //if (err) ...
    });
     
    // with only a remote
    git.pull('upstream', function(err){
      //if (err) ...
    });
     
    // with remote and an array of branches
    git.pull('upstream' ['dev', 'master'], function(err){
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.push(remote, branch, opt, cb)

    git push <remote> <branch>

    Pushes changes to remote repo

    remote: String, name of remote, default: origin

    branch: String (may be null), branch, default: master

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.push('origin', 'master', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.tag(version, message, opt, cb)

    git tag -a/s <version> -m <message>

    Tags repo with release version, returns all tags when used without arguments

    version: String (optional), tag name

    message: String or array of strings (optional), tag message

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.tag('v1.1.1', 'Version message', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    if options.signed is set to true, the tag will use the git secure key: git.tag('v1.1.1', 'Version message with signed key', {signed: true});

    git.branch(branch, opt, cb)

    git branch <new branch name>

    Creates a new branch but doesn't switch to it

    (Want to switch as you create? Use git.checkout({args:'-b'}).)

    branch: String, branch

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.branch('development', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.showBranch(opt, cb)

    git show-branch <opt>

    Show branches and their commits

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options'}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.showBranch({'args': '--list -a'}, function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.checkout(branch, opt, cb)

    git checkout <new branch name>

    Checkout a new branch with files

    branch: String, branch

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.checkout('development', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    If you want to create a branch and switch to it:

    git.checkout('development', {args:'-b'}, function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    If you want to checkout files (e.g. revert them) use git.checkoutFiles:

    gulp.src('./*')
      .pipe(git.checkoutFiles());

    git.checkoutFiles(opt)

    git checkout <list of files>

    Checkout (e.g. reset) files

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    gulp.src('./*')
      .pipe(git.checkoutFiles());

    git.merge(branch, opt, cb)

    git merge <branch name> <options>

    Merges a branch into the current branch

    branch: String, source branch

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.merge('development', function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.rm()

    git rm <file> <options>

    Removes a file from git and deletes it

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    gulp.src('./*')
      .pipe(git.commit('commit message'));
    });

    git.reset(commit, opt, cb)

    git reset <SHA> <options>

    Resets working directory to specified commit hash

    commit: String, commit hash or reference

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any

    git.reset('HEAD' {args:'--hard'}, function (err) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.revParse(opt, cb)

    git rev-parse <options>

    Get details about the repository

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function, passed err if any and command stdout

    git.revParse({args:'--short HEAD'}, function (err, hash) {
      //if (err) ...
      console.log('current git hash: '+hash);
    });

    git.addSubmodule()

    git submodule add <options> <repository> <path>

    Options: Object

    .addSubmodule('https://repository.git', 'path', {args: "options", quiet: true})

    git.updateSubmodule()

    git submodule update <options>

    Options: Object

    .updateSubmodule({args: "options", quiet: true})

    git.status(opt, cb)

    git status <options>

    Show the working tree status

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', maxBuffer: 200 * 1024, quiet: true}

    cb: function (optional), passed err and command stdout

    git.status({args : '--porcelain'}, function (err, stdout) {
      // if (err) ...
    });

    git.exec(opt, cb)

    git <options>

    Run other git actions that do not require a Vinyl.

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', maxBuffer: 200 * 1024, quiet: true}

    cb: function (optional), passed err and command stdout

    git.exec({args : 'log --follow index.js'}, function (err, stdout) {
      //if (err) ...
    });

    git.clean(paths, opt, cb)

    git clean <options>

    Remove untracked files from the working tree

    paths: String (optional), paths to be affected by clean operation

    opt: Object (optional), {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    cb: function (optional), passed err if any

    git.diff(branch, opt)

    git diff master <options>

    Diffs between git objects

    branch: String, branch name, commit name, or git tag

    opt: Object (optional) {args: 'options', cwd: '/cwd/path', quiet: true, maxBuffer: 200 * 1024}

    gulp.task('diff', function(){
      gulp.src('./*')
        .pipe(git.diff('develop', {log: true}))
        .pipe(gulp.dest('./diff.out'));
    });

    You can view more examples in the example folder.



    Possible errors:

    stdout maxBuffer exceeded

    Reported here.

    If you get this error it means that the git process doesn't have enough memory.

    Every function has an additional option: maxBuffer.

    gulp.task('pull', function(){
      git.pull('origin', 'master', {args: '--rebase', maxBuffer: Infinity}, function (err) {
        if (err) throw err;
      });
    });

    LICENSE

    (MIT License)

    Copyright (c) 2015 Steve Lacy me@slacy.me slacy.me

    Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

    The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

    THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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