Steve Engledow: Senior Solutions Builder at Amazon Web Services

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8 November 2018


tags: git

Because I work on a lot of different projects spread across a lot of accounts at multiple git hosting providers, I try to keep my code folder in some semblance of order by having subfolders for things.

A while ago, I decided to make things even simpler by letting the git repos I was cloning dictate where they should live. I took inspiration from the way go expects you to organise your code.

Today, I decided to apply the three virtues and wrote some code to handle this for me.

Introducing git-get

git-get is an opinionated git command that helps you keep your code folder in order.

You use git-get as a replacement for git clone and it will decide where your code should live :)

git get https://github.com/stilvoid/git-get
Cloning into '/home/steve/code/github.com/stilvoid/git-get'...

Laziness is the primary virtue.