Provided by: legit_1.0.1-2_all bug


       Legit: Git for Humans -

       Inspired by GitHub for Mac.


       GitHub for Mac is not just a Git client.

       This comment on Hacker News says it best:
          They haven't re-created the git CLI tool in a GUI, they've created something different.
          They've created a tool that makes Git more accessible. Little things like auto-stashing
          when you switch branches will confuse git veterans, but it will make Git much easier to
          grok for newcomers because of the assumptions it makes about your Git workflow.

       Why not bring this innovation back to the command line?


       switch <branch>
              Switches to specified branch.  Defaults to current branch.   Automatically  stashes
              and unstashes any changes. (alias: sw)

       sync [<branch>]
              Synchronizes   the  given  branch.  Defaults  to  current  branch.   Stash,  Fetch,
              Auto-Merge/Rebase, Push, and  Unstash.   You  can  only  sync  published  branches.
              (alias: sy)

       publish [<branch>]
              Publishes specified branch to the remote. (alias: pub)

       unpublish <branch>
              Removes specified branch from the remote. (alias: unp)

       undo   Un-does the last commit in git history.  (alias: un)

              Display a list of available branches.


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       From PyPI with the Python package manager:

          pip install legit

       Or download a standalone Windows executable from GitHub Releases.

       To install the cutting edge version from the git repository:

          git clone
          cd legit
          python install

       Note: if you encountered Permission denied, prepend sudo before the pip or python

       You'll then have the wonderful legit command available. Run it within a repository.

       To view usage and examples, run legit with no commands or options:


       To install the git aliases, run the following command:

          legit --install

       To uninstall the git aliases, run the following command:

          legit --uninstall


       All legit commands support --verbose and --fake options.

       In order to view the git commands invoked by legit, use the --verbose option:

          legit sync --verbose

       If you want to see the git commands used by legit but don't want  them  invoked,  use  the
       --fake option:

          legit publish --fake


       · All  remote  operations  are  carried  out  by  the  remote  identified  in $ git config
         legit.remote remotename

       · If a stash pop merge fails, Legit stops. I'd like to add checking for  a  failed  merge,
         and undo the command with friendly error reporting.