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node-dolly

0.1.3 • Public • Published

Dolly

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  • npm: npm install node-dolly -g

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Getting Started

Dolly allows you to easily clone all of your repositories in one fell swoop. After installing Dolly globally with npm install node-dolly -g you will have the dolly command in your $PATH.

First you can try to run dolly without any parameters, and it should tell you that it requires a username – your GitHub username, or in the spirit of open-source, somebody else's GitHub username.

Therefore run the command dolly Wildhoney to clone all my repositories – substituting Wildhoney if you really must.

By default Dolly will attempt to clone the repositories via the ssh_url property in the API response – however there may be cases where you wish to use a different URL – by specifying the --property parameter you can choose another property to use for the cloning: dolly Wildhoney --property clone_url.

You may wish to clone the repositories of your organisation rather than user, in which case you can supply the --organisation option.

install

npm i node-dolly

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12

version

0.1.3

license

MIT

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github.com

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