Opening a new pull request from GitHub’s UI? Copy-pasting the SSH/HTTPS url for cloning a repo?
Ain’t nobody got time for that!
hub is a command-line wrapper for
git that makes you better at GitHub.
I’ve been using it for a while now and this is the gist:
- Create a new PR from your current branch:
$ hub pull-request -o
Will open your default editor to insert the header and description, then launch a new browser tab to view it.
You can even add reviewers
- Clone a GitHub repo:
$ hub clone github/hub
Expands to firstname.lastname@example.org:github/hub.git Just replace ‘github’ with the repo’s organization or user and ‘hub’ with its name.
As the docs suggest, hub is best aliased as git.
So feel free to add it to your .bashrc/.zshrc:
Follow the instruction and other examples here
The manual can be found here