@jakxz/push-dir
Push a directory to a remote branch
Last updated 9 months ago by jakxz .
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push-dir

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Push the contents of a directory to a remote branch

  • No messing around with .gitignore (no need to commit the directory)
  • Perfect for pushing a dist/build directory to gh-pages

install

npm install push-dir

example

push-dir --dir=build --branch=gh-pages

usage

Usage: push-dir {OPTIONS}

Required Options:

--dir
The name of the directory whose contents will be committed to branch

--branch
The name of the remote branch to push to

Advanced Options:

--remote
The name of the remote to push to (defaults to origin)

--cleanup
Whether to delete the local branch after creating

--local-branch-name
Force the name of the local branch that is pushed to the remote branch

--allow-unclean
Whether to attempt push even if git unclean

--overwrite-local
Whether to override a local branch of the same name, if exists

--force
Alias for both --allow-unclean and --overwrite-local

--verbose
Display stdout and stderr from internal commands

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