git-plan is a Ruby gem to execute set of git commands at once. If you have set of git commands that you everyday run while developing, you can set an alias for the set & execute from only one command.
First, make sure you have Ruby installed.
On a Mac, open
/Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app and type:
If the output looks something like this, you’re in good shape:
ruby 2.3.1p112 (2016-04-26 revision 54768) [x86_64-darwin15]
If the output looks more like this, you need to install Ruby
ruby: command not found
On Linux, for Debian-based systems, open a terminal and type:
sudo apt-get install ruby-dev
or for Red Hat-based distros like Fedora and CentOS, type:
sudo yum install ruby-devel
(if necessary, adapt for your package manager)
On Windows, you can install Ruby with RubyInstaller
Once you’ve verified that Ruby is installed:
gem install git-plan
Before execute set of git commands from a single command, configure the commands with an alias by,
plan add ALIASNAME "GIT COMMAND, GIT COMMAND2, GIT COMMAND3, GIT COMMAND4 #"
plan add eg1 "git status, git log" plan add eg2 "git status, git commit -m "#", git push origin #"
Use # symbol if you want to use a dynamic word inside the command(Eg: branch name)
To run configured set of commands,
plan r ALIASNAME "VARIABLE1, VARIABLE2"
plan r eg1 plan r eg2 "HERE IS THE COMMIT MESSAGE, master"
To see the command set before executing,
plan inspect ALIASNAME "VARIABLE1, VARIABLE2"
plan inspect eg1 plan inspect eg2 "HERE IS THE COMMIT MESSAGE, master"