LibGit2

0.3.2

LibGit2 is a PowerShell module for working with Git repositories. You can use it to create, clone, query, push to, pull from, and commit to Git repositories.
   
This module uses the .NET wrapper of [libgit2](https://libgit2.github.com/), "a portable, pure C implementation of... Git", which allows you to call Git via API instead using the Git command line interface
LibGit2 is a PowerShell module for working with Git repositories. You can use it to create, clone, query, push to, pull from, and commit to Git repositories.
   
This module uses the .NET wrapper of [libgit2](https://libgit2.github.com/), "a portable, pure C implementation of... Git", which allows you to call Git via API instead using the Git command line interface.
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Installation Options

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Install-Module -Name LibGit2 -RequiredVersion 0.3.2

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Author(s)

Aaron Jensen

Copyright

Copyright 2016 Aaron Jensen

Owners

Tags

git vcs rcs automation github gitlab libgit2

Functions

Add-GitItem Copy-GitRepository Find-GitRepository Get-GitBranch Get-GitCommit Get-GitRepository Get-GitRepositoryStatus Get-GitTag New-GitBranch New-GitRepository New-GitTag Receive-GitCommit Save-GitChange Set-GitConfiguration Test-GitBranch Test-GitIncomingCommit Test-GitOutgoingCommit Test-GitRemoteUri Test-GitTag Test-GitUncommittedChange Update-GitRepository

Dependencies

This module has no dependencies.

Release Notes

* Fixed: `Copy-GitRepository` intermittently fails when using SSH.
* Fixed: `Copy-GitRepository` takes an order of magnitude longer than normal Git because it updates the clone's progress too frequently. It now only updates progress every 1/10th of a second, which has minimal impact on clone speed.

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