gt n -o --no-create-remote github.com/YOURUSER/git-tool-example2
We're using the --no-create-remote option here to prevent Git-Tool from automatically setting up a GitHub repo, but you can leave that out when creating real repositories. You can also permanently disable this feature by disabling the create_remote feature flag.
We just saw a great example of wanting to play around with something but not really wanting to create repositories for it. That tends to happen quite a lot and Git-Tool has just the command to help make it easier. Meet Scratchpads, the organized, weekly, folder where you can do exactly that.
To open the current week's scratchpad, just run the following.
# Open the current week's scratchpad
# Open a different week's scratchpad
gt s 2021w10
As with the gt open command, gt scratch lets you open the scratchpad in a specific application if you would prefer.
gt s shell
Of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg, take a look at the commands reference to get an idea of everything Git-Tool can do.