Jon Stanley wrote:
Sounds good, I would have done this awhile ago if I would have been
smart enough to know that initenv accepted those arguments (or likely
bothered to look at the documentation) :)
Since you and I are probably the only ones handling requests, this
probably good to commit to puppet.
Thanks, I'll push this later today then.
I've also worked on (what I think is) an improved gitsetup script,
written in python. I did this before I noticed there already was a
gitsetup.sh. If you want to check it out, it's in my home dir on
hosted1 (~tmz/bin/gitsetup). And, because I am always looking for
tangents to amuse myself and avoid real work, there's a bash
completion script for it too, in ~tmz/.bash_completion.d/gitsetup.
That may help eliminate some typos. I've used it to create the last 3
or 4 git repo requests, something like:
sudo gitsetup <project> <owner> --description <description>
I need to bone up on the bzr and hg repo creation and refresh my
memory on svn. Ideally, those can be conveniently scripted as well,
and driven automatically by an expanded hosted-setup script. :)
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