GitHub Issues - CLI edition
GitHub Issues from the CLI.
- Issues for all your (or not yours) repos.
- Issues for supplied repo.
- Different formatters.
Usage: issues <username> [repository] Options: --reporter basic, eighty, number, short
$ issues set <key> <value> $ issues clear <key>
username - GitHub username
token - GitHub token
reporter - Default reporter
$ issues vesln
Just one repo:
$ issues nodejitsu forever
$ issues set username username $ issues set token token
! Note: Use sudo if necessary.
$ issues username $ issues username your-private-repo
From any git repo with origin or upstream: (since 0.2.0)
$ cd your-repo $ git issues
- NPM (http://npmjs.org/)
- Node.js 0.6 (http://nodejs.org/)
$ npm install issues -g
$ npm test
This tool is not official. It just uses the GitHub API and that's it.
Copyright (C) 2012 Veselin Todorov
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