joe

A .gitignore magician in your command line

This project is maintained by karan

joe

A .gitignore magician in your command line. Joe generates .gitignore files from the command line for you.

Features

Installation

Option 1: Homebrew

$ brew update
$ brew tap karan/karan
$ brew install gitignore

Option 2: Pip

$ pip install joe

Option 3: From source

$ git clone --recursive [email protected]:karan/joe.git
$ cd joe/
$ python setup.py install

Usage

Basic usage

$ joe java    # outputs .gitignore file for java to stdout

Overwrite existing .gitignore file

$ joe java > .gitignore    # saves a new .gitignore file for java

Append to existing .gitignore file

$ joe java >> .gitignore    # appends new .gitignore file for java

Multiple languages

$ joe java node python > .gitignore    # saves a new .gitignore file for multiple languages

Create and append to a global .gitignore file

You can also use joe to append to a global .gitignore. These can be helpful when you want to ignore files generated by an IDE, OS, or otherwise.

$ git config --global core.excludesfile ~/.gitignore # Optional if you have not yet created a global .gitignore
$ joe OSX SublimeText >> ~/.gitignore

List all available files

$ joe ls

# OR

$ joe list

Output:

actionscript, ada, agda, android, anjuta, appceleratortitanium, archives, archlinuxpackages, autotools, bricxcc, c, c++, cakephp, cfwheels, chefcookbook, clojure, cloud9, cmake, codeigniter, codekit, commonlisp, composer, concrete5, coq, craftcms, cvs, dart, darteditor, delphi, dm, dreamweaver, drupal, eagle, eclipse, eiffelstudio, elisp, elixir, emacs, ensime, episerver, erlang, espresso, expressionengine, extjs, fancy, finale, flexbuilder, forcedotcom, fortran, fuelphp, gcov, gitbook, go, gradle, grails, gwt, haskell, idris, igorpro, ipythonnotebook, java, jboss, jdeveloper, jekyll, jetbrains, joomla, jython, kate, kdevelop4, kohana, labview, laravel, lazarus, leiningen, lemonstand, libreoffice, lilypond, linux, lithium, lua, lyx, magento, matlab, maven, mercurial, mercury, metaprogrammingsystem, meteor, microsoftoffice, modelsim, momentics, monodevelop, nanoc, netbeans, nim, ninja, node, notepadpp, objective-c, ocaml, opa, opencart, oracleforms, osx, packer, perl, phalcon, playframework, plone, prestashop, processing, python, qooxdoo, qt, r, rails, redcar, redis, rhodesrhomobile, ros, ruby, rust, sass, sbt, scala, scons, scrivener, sdcc, seamgen, sketchup, slickedit, stella, sublimetext, sugarcrm, svn, swift, symfony, symphonycms, tags, tex, textmate, textpattern, tortoisegit, turbogears2, typo3, umbraco, unity, vagrant, vim, virtualenv, visualstudio, vvvv, waf, webmethods, windows, wordpress, xcode, xilinxise, xojo, yeoman, yii, zendframework, zephir

Please use the issue tracker to report any bugs or file feature requests.

Developing

PRs are welcome. To begin developing, do this:

# make virtual env
$ git clone --recursive [email protected]:karan/joe.git
$ cd joe/
$ python joe/joe.py java

tool.sh

This is a handly script that automates a lot of developing steps.

USAGE:
  $ tool.sh [-h|--help] COMMAND

EXAMPLES:
  $ tool.sh readme    Generate README.rst from README.md
  $ tool.sh test      Upload release to testpypi
  $ tool.sh prod      Upload release to prod pypi

Make sure you have a file .pypirc in ~/ in the following format:

[distutils]
index-servers =
    pypi
    pypitest

[pypi]
repository: https://pypi.python.org/pypi
username: <<>>
password: <<>>

[pypitest]
repository: https://testpypi.python.org/pypi
username: <<>>
password: <<>>