Welcome to Git-Tool, we hope you'll find it to be an awesome addition to your toolkit and that it'll bring you plenty of smiles. There are a few things you'll need to do to get yourself set up and working and these are covered in each of the Getting Started guides you'll find here.
This guide is the high-level run-through for anyone familiar with setting up Git-Tool or who likes guessing their way to a conclusion. If you run into trouble or want something more detailed, use the links in each Step.
You can download the latest version of Git-Tool from our GitHub releases page. Pop it into your
$PATH and you're good to go!
At this point, you'll be able to run
git-tool to open repositories, create new ones, or manage your weekly scratchpads without any further configuration, however you'll probably want to continue through the remaining steps to get the most out of your setup.
To get the most out of Git-Tool, you should run the setup wizard with
git-tool setup. This wizard will guide you through the process of setting up your configuration file and shell autocompletion to ensure you get the most out of Git-Tool.
Git-Tool ❤️ GitHub and can automatically create repositories there whenever you run
To set this up, generate a new Personal Access Token with the
repo scope and run the following command to store it in your local keychain.
gt auth gh
We update Git-Tool regularly to patch bugs, add features and ensure that any potential security vulnerabilities in Git-Tool or its dependencies are closed as quickly as possible.
You'll find our list of releases on GitHub and can subscribe there for notifications, but the quickest way to update is to run
Due to the way Git-Tool runs and updates itself, you'll need to make sure that you close down any shells it has launched before running