@davidahouse/git-lost
A command line tool for finding & managing dirty git repositories
Last updated a year ago by davidahouse .
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git-lost

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This command line tool will find any local git repositories that have a dirty working folder.

Installation:

npm install -g @davidahouse/git-lost

Usage:

git-lost --workingFolder /someFolder

You can also create a ~/.git-lostrc file and set a global working folder so you don't have to specify it on the command line. Format is:

workingFolder=/someFolder

The default action is dirty which finds any repositories that have local changes or are ahead or behind the remote. The other commands are branch and list. branch shows any repositories that aren't on the default branch, and list shows all repositories found.

You can specify the action on the command line:

git-lost --action branch

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