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git-started v1.1.0

Browse repositories by users. Quickly fork and clone.

Git Started

Commitizen friendly


The quick and easy tool to fork and clone a repository to get you started quickly.

Installation

npm install --global git-started

or

npm i -g git-started

Set up personal access token with rights to read:gpg_key, read:org, read:public_key, read:repo_hook, repo, user.

Set up an environment variable named GITHUB_TOKEN where your personall access token will reside.

Usage

git-started --user <github username> [...options]

Options:

FlagTypeDescription
-u, --userStringGithub username to query repositories
-s, --sshNullIf true, use ssh url to clone, if false, use https url to clone

Contributing

Bug reports

Please submit bug reports on our issues page Be clear, be concise. If you have a solution, feel free to send a PR and reference the existing issue. See Contributing guidelines for more information

License

MIT

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