Leafman is a project manager, particularly useful if you are a freelance hacker like me. After all, I originally developed this just for myself, but then pushed it to Github for everyone to enjoy.
All parts of Leafman are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike 3.0 (at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/).
- Git (green)
- Subversion (blue)
- Bazaar (yellow)
- Mercurial (cyan)
- Darcs (purple)
I have no intention of supporting CVS, it's just too outdated for me.
$ ruby leafman.rb create|destroy "project"
This will create/destroy a project.
$ ruby leafman.rb list
This gives you a list of all projects.
$ ruby leafman.rb show "project"
This shows detailed information on a project.
Also, really useful:
$ ruby leafman.rb help
for all commands.
A relatively new feature to Leafman is the ability to serve a web page with all projects. This is useful if, for example, you are on a large LAN and want to share projects. To start it:
$ ruby leafman.rb serve
Then, go to http://localhost:8585.
Also, to note: most colors on the web interface are the same as they are on the console interface. (eg. for scm colors, bug/task colors, etc.)
You can now view the files of a project on the web interface, if web_show_files is on. This also allows pulling for Git, Bazaar, and Darcs, but does not allow pulling for Subversion or Mercurial.
$ git clone http://localhost:8585/<project>.project/files/.git/ <where-to-clone-to> # using git $ bzr co http://localhost:8585/<project>.project/files/ <where-to-checkout-to> # using bazaar $ darcs get --lazy http://localhost:8585/<project>.project/files/ <where-to-get-to> # using darcs
Mercurial is not working because we don't support range requests yet, which static-http on Mercurial needs.
New! Easy cloning:
$ ruby leafman.rb clone <project-name> [host[:port]] # waaay easier
Now you may add a description to a project, which is shown on "show" and the web interface.
$ ruby leafman.rb add-description <project-name> # Then type in description and EOF (Ctrl-D on Unix/Mac, Ctrl-Z on Windows)
Tips and Tricks
- In place of a project name, most commands support '@@', which means the project that the working directory belongs to.
More coming soon
Vuhu milestone 3 adds an interactive shell to Leafman. This is useful when running many commands together. To start:
$ ruby leafman.rb shell >> chproj (project name) (project name) >> show @@ (project name) ... uses (...).